BREAKING: Anambra Governor’s Committee Confirms Forgery Of JAMB Result By Mmesoma, Calls For Apology


Jul 8, 2023

A committee established by Anambra Governor Prof. Charles Soludo to investigate the alleged forgery of a JAMB result has concluded its findings, indicting Ms. Mmesoma Joy Ejikeme for manipulating her examination score.

Led by Prof. Nkemdili Nnonyelu, the committee obtained an eight-page report, which confirmed the forgery committed by the suspect.
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Ms. Mmesoma, a student at Anglican Girls Secondary School in Nnewi, took the UTME in May. However, her claim of achieving the “highest score” of 362 raised suspicions, leading JAMB to uncover the manipulation.

According to the committee’s report, Mmesoma herself admitted to forging the result before taking it to a cyber cafe for printing. The findings also revealed that Mmesoma had sent a request to JAMB using a different registration number, displaying an aggregate score of 362 with individual subject scores of Eng: 98, Phy: 89, Bio: 94, and Che: 81. These results significantly differed from the standard JAMB format, which indicated her real score of 249.
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The committee has put forward several resolutions, one of which requires Mmesoma to provide an unreserved written apology to JAMB, Anglican Girls’ Secondary School in Uruagu Nnewi, and the Anambra State Government.

The committee’s report stated, “The results released by the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) with respect to the UTME score of Ejikeme Joy Mmesoma is 249. The results paraded by Ejikeme Joy Mmesoma with an aggregate score of 362 is fake, as buttressed by the very significant and instructive variations in the registration number, date of birth, and center name. Ejikeme Joy Mmesoma admitted that she manipulated the fake results herself.”

The principal of Anglican Girls’ Secondary School, Mrs. Edu Uche, and the Education Secretary of the Diocese of Nnewi (Anglican Communion) expressed dismay at Mmesoma’s conduct. As part of the committee’s recommendations, Mmesoma will undergo psychological counseling and therapy.
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The committee’s final resolution emphasized the need for all prospective JAMB candidates to strictly adhere to the guidelines, processes, and procedures set by the examination body

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