Civil Defence Arrest 4 Cyber Cafe Owners Selling Fake JAMB Form

Cyber Cafe Owners Selling Fake JAMB Form –  The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Ekiti Command, is now monitoring and raiding cyber café in the state found selling fake JAMB registration forms for 2017 to unsuspecting people.

NSCDC’s State Commandant, Mr Donatus Ikemefuna, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Ado-Ekiti on Wednesday that the command had arrested four persons in connection with the illegal act.
Ikemefuna condemned the defrauding of unsuspecting parents, guardians and wards by some young men through the internet.

NAN reports that the operation was made possible by a synergy between the Corps and JAMB to monitor every operational activity of JAMB, including provision of security coverage during examination.

He said that the suspects were arrested in different locations in the state.

Ikemefuna, therefore, advised Nigerians to be careful with cyber café and their owners that were selling fake JAMB forms and printing fake admission letters.

He also urged them to patronise registered and accredited JAMB registration centres and report any cyber café or their owners involved in the sharp practice to the NSCDC. (NAN)

All aspirants of 2017 are to note that Jamb registration has not started.