Mr Philip Ayuba, Niger State Corps Commandant, in an interview with the press in Minna said the warning became necessary to ensure the success of the examinations.
He said that though reports emanating from the various Computer Based Test (CBT) centres in the state indicates that the process was going on without hassles, it was still important to warn unauthorised persons from going to the centres.
“All prospective candidates are advised to stay away from the centres when it is not their turn for the examination.
“They are also advised not to come into the examination hall with all prohibited items like handsets, camera, earpiece, and any other electronic device,’’ Ayuba said.
He said personnel sent to the different centers had been instructed to maintain strict surveillance and enforce maximum adherence to the rules and regulations involved in the examination.
He thanked the students that had written the examinations, for the tranquil and ordely composure they displayed while they wrote.
“We are fully ready and on top of the situation to provide a peaceful atmosphere for a hitch-free conduct of the examination in the 12 centres across the state,’’ he assured.