Getting an Education in Nigeria is by the becoming expensive, from primary to secondary through to university, student all over the country are having to pay with so much efforts. Recognising this, the Senate through it Committee on Education is seeking to reduce entrance fees for candidates applying for the Joint Admission Matriculation Board Examination, JAMB.
Chairman of the Committee Senator Binta Garba from Adamawa East Senatorial zone says also that the policy requiring a candidate takes one of three tertiary institutions as choices be eliminated. Some universities have had to change course choices for some candidates because they do not have the carrying capacities to hold more than a required number. So as matter of correction candidates are to take either a University or Polytechnic or College of Education to meet the tertiary education quota.