Once again, Mmesoma Ejikeme, the girl who forged her Jamb result made the headlines again as she appeared before the Anambra State House of Representatives to answer queries.
After a series of debates and controversies, the House of reps in Anambra state intervenes and invites the pupil before its committee.
Before accepting her crime, the young lady causes a lot of debate that involves a third party, most of whom slammed the UTME board members which later on resulted in the board’s punishing her with a three-year ban.
However, the girl was invited on Wednesday by her native House of Reps, together with JAMB registrar Prof. Ishaq Olayede, to stand before some panels where she confesses and begged the body for leniency on the three-year ban.
Standing before the committee, Mmesoma said “I feel a debt of pain for letting you down.
“I have already admitted that what I did was wrong. Based on that, I hereby present to you all, my letter of apology.
“I apologise for all the apportioned blame and all the pain I have caused.”
She went on to lament that illiteracy and greed are the reason behind it.
However, the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination registrar, Prof Ishaq also noted that eight more centres were also caught, attempting to forge many results, thus they closed down.