TO: MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC
SALE OF APPLICATION DOCUMENTS AND REGISTRATION FOR THE 2020/2021 UNIFIED TERTIARY MATRICULATION EXAMINATION (UMTE) AND DIRECT ENTRY (DE) INTO NIGERIAN TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS
We wish to inform that sales of application documents and registration for the 2020/2021 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UMTE) and Direct Entry (DE) in Nigeria and Foreign centers commenced on Monday 13th January, 2020 and close on Monday 17th February, 2020.
- Interested candidates are advised to visit the Board website: www.jamb.gov.ng to download and complete the application FORMS APPROPRIATELY. Candidates are to attach their passport photographs to the completed forms and submit them to the desk officer at the Consulate General of Nigeria, Johannesburg, Mr. A.A. Faro with phone no. +27 719455451.
- The biometrics of the candidates will be captured on the day of examination. Each candidate is to pay application fee of Twenty Dollars ($20) or its equivalent in the local currency to the desk officer.
- Other detail on the application/registration can be accessed on the Board website: www.jamb.gov.ng. The details include:
- Advertisement on the sale and registration
- Candidates who register for the 2020 UMTE and pay the prescribed fee would be issued with a reading text and compact disc which contains the brochure and syllabus.
Nigeria High Commission
24th January, 2020
Posted on 24 October 2019
SEIZURE OF MONIES AT ADDIS ABABA BOLE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT FROM TRAVELLERS FOR FAILURE TO DECLARE
FOREIGN CURRENCIES ABOVE US$3,000
- This is to notify Nigerians that the Ethiopian Customs and Revenue Authority (ECRA) recently stepped-up seizure of foreign currencies and valuables in excess of $3,000 (three thousand Dollars) from passengers transiting Ethiopia without prior declaration of same to the host authorities.
- Kindly note that all passengers travelling to Ethiopia or transiting to other destinations, provided they have to leave the airport and subsequently return to board their connecting flights are required to declare Foreign Exchange and valuables in excess of $3,000.
- Transit passengers who do not wish to disclose monies in their possession can avail themselves of the use of safe deposit boxes placed at the transit areas of the Bole International Airport for safe keeping.
- Note that defaulting passengers are at the risk of forfeiting their monies, valuables and may also be liable for prosecution and imprisonment for money laundering, if convicted.
- You are advised to note and comply accordingly
Nigeria High Commission
Republic of South Africa
28th June, 2019