Monday 24 January 2022

JAMB rejects apology of candidate who cheated 21 years ago


The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) has rejected the apology of a repentant candidate named Mr. Timipade Kemepade, who cheated during his exams 21 years ago.

Timipade Kemepade had written the commission to be for forgiveness, claiming that he is now born again and only cheated out of youthful exuberance.

However, the Board, in response to Mr. Kemepade, stated that the apology and consequent admission of guilt are “rejected in their entirety and are, therefore, not admissible.”

 Consequently, Mr. Kemepade was informed by the Board that the condition for accepting his apology is his willingness to forfeit all the certificates he had fraudulently acquired with the result of the University Matriculation.

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