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You are expected to upload your complete qualifying O’ level results to JAMB CAPS within one week of this notification or risk losing your admission.
The Public Relations Officer of UNIZIK, Mr Emmanuel Ojukwu, said the 512 candidates had been offered provisional admission on merit, but they must upload their O’ level results into the CAPS as instructed by JAMB.
Mr Ojukwu explained that the affected candidates should visit the JAMB site, look for CAPS to accept the admission and then upload either their WASSCE or SSCE results within the one week stipulated.
“Unless the 512 candidates go to CAPS and upload their results, they will lose the admission,” Mr Ojukwu said.
According to him, over 27,000 applied to UNIZIK for admission, and about 22,000 wrote the university Post UTME. He said only 7,000 candidates would be offered admission.
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