Ahead of the 2023 UTME/DE registration, JAMB in partnership with the Central Bank of Nigeria has made the e-naira the preferred payment mode for 2023 UTME/DE registration. This was disclosed by the CBN Director, IT, Architecture and Strategy, Rakiya Mohammed.
According to her, the adoption of the e-naira would eliminate extortion of candidate, adding that it would reduce the overall indirect cost of cash transactions on the broader community while blocking leakages in the board’s transactions.
She added that it would also promote the digitisation of cash and facilitate the development of e-commerce, enable a reliable mechanism for issuance of bulk JAMB e-PINs, as well as support and promote the implementation of government policies.
Mohammed further allayed fears explaining that the e-naira is the digital version of the naira currency saying it had equal value and is backed by law. Adding that it would function as a safe and efficient alternative means of payment which is seamless and fortified against any form of abuse.
Candidates are therefore urged to download and install the eWallet from its website or via Google Play Store or Apple IOS Store.
For all prospective candidates for the 2023 UTME, we advise you start preparing for your exams now. Download and activate the 100% offline JAMB CBT Mobile app and you can also get the JAMB CBT software. Apart from practising past questions without data, the mobile app will give you instant notifications anytime there’s an important update from JAMB