Former Niger Delta militant leader, Alhaji Asari Dokubo, has finally weighed in on the controversy surrounding the alleged fake UTME result of Miss Ejikeme Mmesoma. According to Dokubo, there may have been an alteration in Mmesoma’s age before she took the exam.Continue Reading…
He compared her age with that of his own children, questioning why she would be writing JAMB at 19 when his children finished school at 15 or 16. Dokubo claims to have seen details indicating the year 2004 in Mmesoma’s records.
It should be recalled that JAMB had accused Mmesoma Ejikeme of inflating her UTME result, stating that she actually scored 249 instead of the claimed 362. Furthermore, JAMB announced that it has banned Mmesoma Ejikeme from taking the UTME for a period of three years due to the alleged forgery of her results.
With Asari Dokubo’s statement, another perspective is brought into the discussion, raising questions about the accuracy of Mmesoma’s age and the circumstances surrounding her participation in the UTME.
The controversy surrounding her alleged forgery of results continues to garner attention and scrutiny from various individuals and institutions.Continue Reading…
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