Mmesoma’s father, Mr. Romanus Ejikeme, denies that the family has any plans to challenge the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB), which has been accused of falsifying Mmesoma’s 2023 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination results.
The family had left everything up to God’s judgement, Ejikeme told journalists on a Tuesday visit to his home in Nnewi.
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He argued that her daughter had not falsified her grades, claiming that she was a serious student who worked hard and did not slack off on her coursework.
According to him, “My daughter studies so hard that even when you ask her to go to bed late in the night, she will insist on reading more because she wants to study Medicine and Surgery.
“After all the stress, someone will say her result was forged. I have no doubt about this matter. I’m sure my daughter did not forge the result and we are ready to go to any length to prove it.
“I only feel bad that after what my daughter has gone through reading for the exams, she is being denied her legitimate score.
“Since this allegation of my daughter forging her JAMB result broke out, both my wife and my daughter have been feeling very sad. My daughter is traumatized.
“We want a diligent investigation into this matter.”
Recall that JAMB disregarded Mmesoma Ejikeme, who has been claiming to be the top scorer with a JAMB result of 362, as being false.
According to the board, the student falsified her results, revoked her original score, and was given a three-year exam-taking suspension.