A Bill seeking to make Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) results valid for four years has passed second reading in the House of Representatives.
The amendment of the JAMB Act was sponsored by Tolulope Sadipe (APC-Oyo), at the plenary on Thursday.
Leading the debate, Sadipe said many students sit for the JAMB examination, come up with good grades, but for one reason or the other, they ended up not being offered admission, for no fault of theirs.
She said these students and their parents, were made to bear the financial burden to sit for the examination the next year.
According to her, the excuse that JAMB allegedly keeps bringing up, in that regard, was that it was revenue generation for them.