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UTME: There’s conspiracy to deprive my daughter of her success – Mmesoma’s father
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UTME: There’s conspiracy to deprive my daughter of her success – Mmesoma’s father

The controversy trailing the 2023 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME, has taken a new dimension, with Mr. Romanus Ejikeme, the father of Miss Mmesoma Ejikeme whose claimed score of 362

  • PublishedJuly 4, 2023

The controversy trailing the 2023 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, UTME, has taken a new dimension, with Mr. Romanus Ejikeme, the father of Miss Mmesoma Ejikeme whose claimed score of 362 is the subject of dispute has alleged that there is conspiracy to deprive  her daughter of her hard earned academic success.

Reacting to the claim by JAMB that his daughter forged the score, Ejikeme said that his daughter had shown consistent academic brilliance right  from her nursery school days.

According to him, Mmesoma had always placed first position in her classes.

Ejikeme said: “We are from Oduma in Aninri local government in Enugu  State, but, we live in Uruagu, Nnewi.

“Mmesoma is my first child. She had always taken first position from the time she was in the nursery school at Ogbunike Central school.

“When she was at Oba Girls Secondary school, Mmesoma was representing the school in competitions. So when she changed to Anglican Girls Secondary school, her teachers in Oba Girls came and pleaded with me, begging me to retain her in their school because she was promoting the name of their school.

“Mmesoma cannot manipulate her UTME score. I don’t believe what they are saying.

“They just want to transfer that scholarship to another person. That is why they are saying that Mmesoma did not make that score.

“It is even her (Mmesoma’s) friends that saw her score in internet and started calling her before she went and printed it out. We have the printout with us now”

Ejikeme lamented that his daughter has been feeling very sad and even crying since her visit to the  Anambra State Commissioner of Education from where she was taken to the DSS office.

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