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By Joseph Erunke

The Federal Ministry of Education, on Friday, released the first batch of admissions to federal government universities across the country.

The development followed the previous publication of the results of the 2020 National Common Access Exam.

The first admission was published in accordance with the directive of the Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu, that the list of students admitted on merit and equality of the states will be published one week after the day the examination results were announced. 2020.

The results, according to a statement from the Federal Ministry of Education, were transmitted to the directors of the schools of the unit.

weekdays by the Department of Basic and Secondary Education of the Ministry.

In the statement signed by the director of Press and Public Relations of the ministry, Bem Goong, the federal government advised the selected candidates to go to the chosen universities to obtain their letter of admission from next week or use the approved channels. To obtain the.

He commended those who participated in the process for ensuring that, within the stipulated timeframe, both merit-based admission and status equality are ready.

While congratulating students and urging them to take their education seriously, the government asks them to strictly follow COVID-19 safety protocols.

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