Senator Shehu Sani, representing Kaduna Central Senatorial district, described that the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) admission process is very complex and it is denying young ones of admission.
While contributing to a motion on the floor, he said, the admission body has not lived up to its mandate, thus, they have created difficulties in the course of admitting students into tertiary institutions.
He pointed out that the failure of JAMB gave reliance to post UTME tests in various universities in Nigeria, post UTME test which had worsened the situation.
According to him, getting admission into tertiary institutions abroad is easier than here in Nigeria.
“Mr President, distinguished colleagues, JAMB is in fact jamming the future of our young ones. They have created undue hardship in admission process and our children find it easy gaining admission outside Nigeria than here”, he maintained.