UA-201076440-1 JAMB has stopped the registration for the 2021 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) and Direct Entry (DE), initially slated to commence on Thursday, April 8, 2022.

The Frame's head of media and convention, Dr Fabian Benjamin said in an explanation

that the move was to guarantee final details on PIN distributing measures before the remove from the activity. 

He said: "The Board's enrollment practice was to start today eighth April 2021. To be certain all cycles are finished before the initiation, the Board didn't put its advertorial as we are yet to finish the interaction of a smooth PIN distributing and up-and-comer admittance to the enlistment application for the 2021 UTME/DE," the assertion read. 

He kept up that the promotion is the surest sign of the start of the activity as it has all the bit by bit measure that applicants are needed to follow." 

"The postponement is brought about by some unexpected conditions occasioned by our decided exertion to have a NIN mix. This test is being settled and whenever that is done, all cycles will start," he said. 

While requesting that applicants practice some tolerance, he said, "The cycle will be fully operational without further ado for our ad to be rollout so that up-and-comers can start the formation of profile."

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