Today, 10th September 2015, a total of 5843 candidates were screened comprising 3485 and 2358 for the Faculties of Law and Education respectively. The last set of candidates were screened at 3.21 pm. This is a steady improvement over the preceding days. 

Also, 17 impersonators were caught and handed over to security agents for further investigation. A kingpin in the syndicate was also arrested. Other arrests will follow soon as the University is determined to stamp out all forms of sleaze in the admission process.

Only one candidate slumped today due to what our doctors diagnosed as epileptic complication. She regained consciousness after treatment and has gone home. Family members of the candidate were appreciative of the University's magnanimity and resolve in bearing the expenses of candidates who have health issues while in the University.

The University also deplores the attitude of some parents who are determined to cut corners for the wards. These parents were earlier warned to stay away from the University during the exercise but some of them still maneuvered their way into the University. Buses were made available to transport candidates within the University from the Gate. These parents are not laying good foundation for their children and in the long run the entire society will be affected. 

Candidates who were screened on Monday 7th September have been demanding for their result. The results of all candidates for that Monday will be released after the remaining candidates who could not be earlier screened have been screened on Friday 11th September. All candidates who could not be screened on Monday are requested to present themselves for screening test unfailingly.
The University will continue to work in the best interest of society.

Dr. Emmanuel C. Ojukwu, Mnipr, Fcai
Director, Information and Public Relations

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