Tuesday, July 4, 2023


"I Did Not Falsify My UTME Result" - Anambra Candidate, Mmesoma, Refuted Allegations

Mmesoma Ejikeme, a candidate from Anambra, has vehemently denied the accusations made by the Joint Admissions Matriculation Board (JAMB) regarding the forgery of her 2023 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) result. In a video shared on Twitter on Monday, Ejikeme expressed her firm denial of the claims made by the examination board.

Identifying herself as Ejikeme Mmesoma, she asserted, "I am the rightful owner of this result. I accessed the JAMB portal to obtain this result, and this is the outcome they provided me with. My aggregate score is 362."

She continued, "This is exactly how I printed and downloaded it from the website. Now they are accusing me of forging my result, which I find incredibly distressing. I am incapable of falsifying my result. This evidence substantiates my claim."

Mmesoma proceeded to address the specific allegation made against her. "They alleged that I manipulated my result because when they scanned the QR code, it displayed a different name—Omotola Afolabi—with a score of 138. However, it was discovered that the same individual received a score of 338 upon reevaluation, indicating an underlying issue."

"Since nursery school, I've always taken first position. I'm a brilliant girl. I don't need to forge a JAMB result to impress anyone. Even in my common entrance exam, I scored above 300."

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Watch the video below:

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