By Mercy Ovave Abuja
The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) say as a test body, it would continue to give government value for its money in the area of transparency and equal opportunity for all clients desiring our services.
In a statement signed by Head Of Public Affair, Fabian Benjamin, he said the Board has been equipped with human and materials resources and has the requisite capacity to conduct hitch free examinations for recruitment,
promotion and other selections in the most transparent manner giving all participants equal opportunity to compete for any deserving position in the job market or academic progression.
This partnership with the Police clearly confirmed the Inspector General of Police determination to change the narrative about recruitment in the Police. It’s only an agency that is transparent and credible that would subject its recruitment exercise to public scrutiny.
The Board would continue to ensure that the confidence reposed on it is sustained; we will continue to bring our expertise to bear on all examination especially third party engagements like the Police recruitment exercise.
Rather than give it out to consultants and in the process, have the exercise marred by irregularities or stamped, the Board has been given these responsibilities and has discharged it with efficiency at a minimal cost. We have taken it upon ourselves to ensure a level playing field for all in the most conducive manner It is because of the confidence that most organisations such as the EFCC, West Africa College of Surgeons and others have for our process that we have been able to conduct similar examinations for them in the past.