Nassarawa State Governor Commend JAMB For establishing CBT Centres in the state.

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The Executive Governor, of Na s a r a w a St a t e , h a s commended the Joint Admissions and matriculation Board (JAMB) for the successful partnership with the State Government prompting the fulfillment of the three CBT centers in Lafia, Nasarawa State.

The Governor expressed his appreciation to the Management of JAMB for teaming up with the State Government to make the three Mega CBT Centers a reality.

This commendation was given on Wednesday, 27 May, 2020, at the Introduction function held in Lafia, the state capital, as a feature of the activities arranged for the festival of his one-year in office.

The Governor clarified that he chose to finish the undertaking started by the prompt past Governor, Umaru Tanko Almakura, because of his faith in the power of education and the requirement for the abounding youth population of the State to obtain formal education.

The Governor disclosed that the Memorandum of Understanding signed with the Board has stipulated the roles of the Nasarawa State Government in regards to constructing the three CBT centers while the Board would furnish the centers with the necessary gear. The sharing proportion would see the State Government possessing and overseeing one of the centers directly while the Board would assume control over the management of the other two, one in the interest of the State Government while it owns the other one.

As indicated by the Governor, his decision to name the CBT focus to be controlled by the state Government after his predecessor, a Umaru Tanko Almakura, was because the immediate past governor started the project. In his statement, he said,
"Today we are seeing progression in the administration at its pinnacle. This is an activity

of the previous Governor which was started
with JAMB, that is the reason why we chosen to name the inside Umaru Tanko Almakura CBT Center". 
He said the Center would not exclusively be for the advantage of Nasarawa State, yet in addition to Nigeria in general.

In her remarks, the State Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology, Mrs. Fati Sabo, said, "The State Government
considered it necessary to parner with
JAMB so as to encourage the operations of the Board in the State."

Mrs. Sabo disclosed that the construction
of the test centers would go far in providing good for the yearnings of the overflowing of population of candidates that yearly seeks admission into tertiary institutions.

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