JAMB Alleges Widespread UTME Score Forgery

JAMB Alleges Widespread UTME Score Forgery

In a shocking revelation, the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) disclosed that Mmesoma Ejikeme, accused of forging her UTME results, was not the sole culprit.

JAMB’s Registrar, Prof. Ishaq Oloyede, in a transcript he sent to journalists on Tuesday evening confirmed that others were caught but chose not to face the consequences.

JAMB Alleges Widespread UTME Score Forgery
    Prof. Ishaq Oloyede; JAMB’s Registrar

    “The truth is that JAMB has concluded the investigation on Nmesoma’s score falsification matter. She was not the only one caught, just that others have chosen not to go out”, Oloyede said.

    “Presently, there are industries faking results and unfortunately they cannot penetrate the JAMB system, the reasons being that (our) system is foolproofed and we will prove it any time. It is unfortunate that parents and some of the candidates that are being fooled are not aware that they are only being fooled.

    JAMB Alleges Widespread UTME Score Forgery
      Miss Ejikeme Joy Mmesoma

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      “There is internal evidence to show that the change in Ejikeme’s scores was done with her collaboration. There are certain features pertaining to her that only she knows unless she makes it available to somebody else. They couldn’t have increased her scores on her behalf.”


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