The board made the call in a statement signed by its Head of Media, Mr. Fabian Benjamin, and made available to the News Agency of Nigeria in Abuja.
JAMB, while dissociating itself from the counterfeit papers, said the items were “intended to deceive unsuspecting candidates.”
“The fake past questions in CD Rom entitled, “JAMB PRO CBT practice software for UTME” was purported to have emanated from JAMB in order to give credence to the products.
“This is also made by the producers to perpetuate their nefarious activities.
“JAMB wishes to dissociate itself from the production and sale of the fake CDs and warns the public to be vigilant and avoid being defrauded.’’
The board said it had not authorised any individual or groups to do so on its behalf.
It added that preliminary investigation conducted showed that the past questions were fake and had no semblance whatsoever to the board’s question papers in context, content or form.
“As a responsible and responsive organisation, we will not be part of any ploy to defraud innocent candidates.
“We have put machineries in motion to our outlets and service providers not to be used as channels of exploitation or distribution of such fake items.’’
The board reiterated its commitment to continuously ensure that candidates applying for its examination were not misled, while calling on them to also avoid fake online sites.
It urged intending candidates to study hard for the examinations and channel all enquiries to any of the board’s offices nationwide for any redress, challenges or information.