UTME fraud: Innoson demands investigation of candidate


The allegations of certificate forgery against Mmesoma Ejikeme, who claimed to be the highest scorer in the 2023 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, have prompted Cornel Osigwe, the Head of Corporate Communications at Innoson Group, to advocate for a thorough investigation into the matter.

In light of recent events, Cornel Osigwe, in a post via his official Twitter handle, @cornelosigwe, has emphasized the need for a comprehensive inquiry into the allegations of certificate forgery directed towards Mmesoma Ejikeme. 

"The girl I met doesn’t have the brain and capacity to manipulate her result. There is more to this story. A proper investigation needs to be done. Abeg let the poor breath.

"That girl was one of the most brilliant in her school, according to the Principal, her parents couldn’t even afford to pay for her WAEC and NECO Exams. Of what advantage will it offer her to manipulate her JAMB score? Let the poor breathe pls", he said.
Recall that JAMB reprimanded the young Ejikeme for falsely presenting herself as the highest scorer.

According to a statement issued by the board on Sunday evening, it was revealed that Ejikeme had manually manipulated her UTME result, inflating it from 249 to 362. 

She then utilized this inflated score to secure a N3m scholarship from Innoson Motors, with plans in place for the Anambra State Government to present her with the award. However, before the ceremony took place, the truth came to light, as reported by Strenuousblog, read here

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