Some of the prospective candidates for the 2017 UTME have called on the Board to address the issue of poor internet services and other technical issues that has made the vending of the ePIN difficult in many of the banks and registration centres.
According to the information gathered, candidates in Keffi, Akwanga and Lafia Local Government Areas of Nasarawa State have been finding it difficult to get their ePINs since the commencement of the registration.
They therefore called on JAMB to resolve all pending issues to enable them register before the given deadline.
Reacting, to this, the Zonal Acting Coordinator of JAMB in Lafia, Mr Moses Akobu, urged the prospective candidates to be patient, adding that the management of JAMB is on top of the situation to rectify the problem.
“The new e-vending system is error free, so the hitches in which candidates are facing is temporary, just within a few hours or days, the problem will be over,” he assured.