A final-year student of Economics at the University of Abuja, Justina Adegoke has narrated how she recently discovered she was given fake admission into the institution.
According to her, she was hijacked by a fraudster at one of the cyber cafes, when she came down to JAMB Computer Based Test (CBT) centre to address her admission challenge.
“I didn’t know that he diverted the mail and password from my phone to himself. All information was then intercepted by him.
“He then called me first to ask me to send N1, 000 airtime before he would send the information while claiming to be a staff member of JAMB.
“He later asked for N2, 000 and then N3, 000 to release the mail and password and threatened to deal with me if I refused to co-operate.”
Adegoke said that she couldn’t bear it any longer and decided to go to JAMB headquarters to report and make her complaint known.
The owner of the cyber café, Moses Peter, claimed that he wasw not aware of the act he claimed was committed by one David Ahmed of Auchi Polytechnic.
He said that he employed boys at random to go out and look for customers but was not aware of their fraudulent activities.
All suspects apprehended by the board had been handed over to security agents for further investigations.