Prof. Ojerinde further said there was nothing unusual from the way JAMB had previously conducted the examination.
Ojerinde, who was speaking in response to claims of sharp practices by his agency during Channels Television’s morning flagship programme Sunrise Daily, also said the failure recorded is “a normal thing”.
In his words “I want to say that nothing unusual went wrong. Nothing happened other than that the performance of the children was not entirely good enough…Finish”.
“It (performance) is not unusual. It is a normal thing” he said.
He also brushed off claims by an education consultant who claimed he led a protest to the head office of the examination agency and threatened to sue the agency before some results were released.
He however said the public were informed of pending results that were under investigation due to the inability of some of the candidates to thumb print while some could “not even do the normal thing” while some were “suspected to be malpractice cases”.
He explained that those with such cases were forwarded to a committee that will “decide if they truly did the right thing or not or if they really committed any offence which will necessitate cancellation”.