JAMB uncovers N26 Million missing again
JAMB has uncovered another fraud of N26 million allegedly perpetrated by its former Nasarawa State JAMBcoordinator, simply identified as Tanko.
The development came barely one week after the board uncovered a N36 million fraud allegedly perpetrated by its Benue State sales clerk, Philomena.
Tanko was said to have embezzled the money he generated from the sale of the scratch cards hitherto used by candidates to either gain access to the JAMB website for registration or other services.
JAMB spokesman, Dr. Fabian Benjamin, told newsmen in Abuja that the former Nasarawa State coordinator had apologised to the JAMB audit team for his inability to account for the money for unknown reasons.
The officer, in his confessional statement, claimed that the unsold scratch cards were burnt when he was involved in a car crash, even as he failed to account for the ones he sold before a ban was placed on the use of scratch cards in 2016.http://e9ja.net/jamb-uncovers-n26-million-missing-again/https://i0.wp.com/e9ja.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/JAMB-uncovers-another-missing-N26-Million-Naira-Lailasnews.jpg?fit=499%2C336https://i0.wp.com/e9ja.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/JAMB-uncovers-another-missing-N26-Million-Naira-Lailasnews.jpg?resize=150%2C150NewsJamb