The Registrar of the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB), Prof. Is-haq Oloyede, on Thursday said that there is a sponsored campaign against the board.
Oloyede made the allegations while presenting another suspect to newsmen, Kokowa Cletus, a 20-year-old boy who allegedly falsified his Unified Tertiary Admissions Examination (UTME) result.
He said: “This is especially when cases that were meant to be investigated were not appropriately done.
“We believe that there is an organised and sponsored campaign against JAMB for whatever reason.
“We have no apology, but will want the public, who might be misinformed to always know the situation at hand and the gravity of what we do.
“This campaign going on against JAMB is done by people who, knowingly or unknowingly, are inadvertently employed to do this.
“At the appropriate time, we will come out to tell the people what is really going on but there is a personal war, you will see that soon,’’ he said.