JAMB presented further evidence on Tuesday to support its claims that Mmesoma Ejikeme

Jamb Released The Original Result Of Mmesoma from Anambra State

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The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) presented further evidence on Tuesday to support its claims that Mmesoma Ejikeme, a candidate for the Anambra State, committed falsification.

Her score for the 2023 UTME was 249. The board provided a result slip that it verified as genuine.
The best student in the 2023 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination had been announced as Ejikeme.
New papers made public by JAMB, however, reveal that Eijkeme really scored 249 instead of the 362 she was parang for.

Also previously reported was JAMB’s three-year suspension of Mmesoma Ejikeme for allegedly forging UTME results.

This was stated in a statement released on Tuesday morning by the Board’s spokesman, Fabian Benjamin. According to JAMB, only Mmesoma out of all the applicants who took the 2023 UTME exhibited a “obsolete” notification sheet.

The candidate simply falsified a copy of a result slip for a candidate named “Asimiyu Mariam Omobolanle,” who took the UTME in 2021 and scored 138.

The candidate accidentally identified the rightful owner of the result she is displaying when she pointed out that the QR code on the result slip identified the owner of the relevant result before she peddled a lie in an effort to obscure the truth, according to the statement.

The general public is advised to try to scan the QR code on the result slip to discover its true owner before it was mutilated in order to understand the Board’s unchallengeable stance on this evident untruth.

It should be emphasized that each candidate’s UTME results are contained in the QR code, therefore the information on the result sheet is just the interpretation of that information.

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