Controversy, on Friday, trailed the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) after it committed grammatical blunder in one of its tweets.
JAMB had attempted to explain to Nigerians that its 120 cut-off mark for entrance into universities does not guarantee automatic admission into tertiary institutions.
But in what appears to be a typographical error, the Board tweeted, “the 120 cut off marks for universities does not automatic admission”.
The tweet had since sparked controversy on social media.
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