BREAKING: JAMB bans Mmesoma for three years


In an official statement released on Tuesday, the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) announced its decision to prohibit Mmesoma Ejikeme, a student from Anambra, from participating in any of its examinations for a period of three years.

The board affirmed that the student had been found guilty of forging her 2023 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) result. JAMB emphasized that extensive investigations were carried out prior to reaching this definitive verdict.

The spokesperson for JAMB, Fabian Benjamin, conveyed these details in the aforementioned statement.

According to him, "In the meantime, the management of the Board, after considering the weighty infraction committed by Ms. Ejikeme Joy Mmesoma, and in line with its established procedures, has withdrawn her 2023 UTME result and also barred her from sitting the Board’s examination for the next three years.

The Board reiterates its stance that the result presented by Ejikeme is fake and an attempt to distort the truth. 

JAMB emphasizes that its system was not compromised and that Ejikeme falsified a result slip belonging to another candidate, Asimiyu Mariam Omobolanle. The board urges the public to scan the QR code on the result slip to verify its actual owner and highlights that it has been issuing genuine UTME result slips since 2022 with candidates' photographs. 

JAMB acknowledges previous instances of fraudulent claims and warns against the harmful influence of individuals encouraging Ejikeme's actions. 

The board remains confident in its position and expresses readiness for genuine scrutiny. It urges the public to critically examine the situation and avoid spreading fake news.

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