The Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA) has declared that the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) is a basic requirement for entry into the academy.
This has been made known in a statement by Maj. Bashir Jajira, the NDA Public Relations Officer, on Saturday at Kaduna.
He said the academy had nothing to do with fake news hinting that the academy suspended UTME to the incoming members of 73 Regular Course.
Part of the statement read: “The academy wants to inform the general public that UTME is among the basic requirements for entry into the academy.
“All interested applicants into the academy needs to have passed the UTME and achieved an acceptable minimum national standard as determined by JAMB annual policy meeting before gaining entry into the 73 Frequent Course.”
He advised that the general public dismiss any advice on social media purporting the suspension of the JAMB exam for 73 Frequent Course.
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