As the sales of JAMB forms commence today, Distinguished Senator Magnus Ngei Abe’s free JAMB form scheme has released guidelines for candidates wishing to participate in the scheme for the year 2017/2018.
In a press statement issued in Port Harcourt and signed by the spokesperson to Senator Abe, Mr. Parry Saroh Benson advised prospective JAMB candidates from Rivers South East Senatorial District applying for the scheme to liaise with principals/heads of secondary schools in their respective local government areas for possible nomination.
The statement urged the principals/heads of schools to forward the names of only the best students among the applicants to benefit from the scheme.
“The principals/heads of secondary schools shall forward the name(s) of only their best students to benefit from the Distinguished Senator Magnus Ngei Abe’s free JAMB form scheme 2017/2018 edition.”
In addition, the applicants should also liaise with stakeholders in their respective wards/communities for onward screening and short listing among the best students.
The statement enjoined the screening authorities to be fair to the applicants as well as consider candidates who are computer literate as JAMB examination is computer based to avoid a waste of chances.
The statement recalled that JAMB has commenced the sales of forms throughout the federation today Monday March 20, 2017.
PARRY SAROH BENSON
Spokesperson to Senator Magnus Abe