The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board said it is reviewing the Closed Circuit Television footage of its centres nationwide to discover possible cases of examination misconduct during the 2020 Unified Tertiary Matriculations Examination.
The board said it would not hesitate to release more names of offenders after reviewing the CCTV footage.
It stated, “The Board has noticed a tremendous reduction in the incidence of impersonation and other forms of infractions.
“However, the Board would review all the CCTV footage and other installed technical gadgets for possible examination misconduct.
“As part of its tradition, the Board would not hesitate to withdraw the results of candidates found to have perpetrated any form of examination malpractice.”
It was reported that the board caught 149 candidates for various examination malpractices in the 2020 UTME which ended on Sunday, March 22.
JAMB published the names and states of the 149 candidates in its weekly bulletin with Imo, Anambra and Enugu States topping the list with varying offences including examination by proxy, attempt to cheat, forceful entrance, tampering with examination documents, smuggling of mobile phones into the examination halls, among others.