UTME Fraud: She learnt from our leaders – Charly Boy reacts to Mmesoma saga

UTME Fraud: She learnt from our leaders – Charly Boy reacts to Mmesoma saga

Charles Oputa, better known as Charly Boy, a maverick artist, has responded to the story of UTME contestant Ejikeme Joy Mmesoma, who admitted to using her phone to inflate her score to 362.

The Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) recently released the test results for candidates who applied for admission. After Nkechiyere Umeh was named the candidate with the highest score, 360, a 19-year-old student at Uruagu Nnewi Anglican Girls’ Secondary School named Mmesoma protested that her score, 362, was actually higher.

Mmesoma admitted to tampering with her findings, according to a Committee assembled by the Anambra state government to look into her allegations.

Charly Boy responded on Sunday via his Twitter account, saying that Mmesoma had fooled many people—including himself—but added that she had learned forgery from the political elites.

“Mmesoma Ejikeme fooled many people, including me,” he wrote. “Look at the ease with which she defended herself with such innocence.” These youngsters are na wa, ooo.

She is still a clever girl, so let’s not rush to kill her. Her parents need to see a counselor frequently. Raise your hand if you’ve never screwed up.

She picked up skills from bosses who thought forgery was beneficial as well as people who had never discovered their WAEC results to this point. She was undoubtedly in Nigeria at the time, where INEC was meddling with the country’s elections.

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