A Nigerian man identified as Mazi Ejimofor Opara has shared an app allegedly used by students to inflate their JAMB scores.
In a post on his page, Opara revealed that the app is available on Playstore and that he was able to create his own 2023 JAMB result using it.
He wrote; “I have found the App
It’s on Playstore… I just created my own 2023 JAMB result. Things dey happen.”
The post has since gone viral, with many netizens taking to the comments section to express their shock and disbelief, while some used the App to create their scores too.
It is however not confirmed that Ejikeme Joy, the Anambra student that was called out by Jamb used the App to inflate her result.
Chijioke Paul Okeifufe said: “Before una go download the app, make una see Endurance Keyamo 2025 result. Na original from JAMB.”
Afoma Victoria Obiedo Okwuka said: “Stop supporting evul Biko.”
Gej Mgbenka Ifeanyi OkijaAmaka commented: “This is not even the problem. The big question is Why did the QR Code matches someone else Jamb result? Who gave them access to Jamb QR code database?BJamb admitted they have abolished the old version abi their previous portal due to fraud, why didn’t they made a press release and stop the website from working? Alot of questions.”
Emeka Nwokeocha reacted: “Please What happened to the QR code you scanned earlier? I am really interested to get the whole facts about the matter. Not to conclude hastily.”
Kate Okereke Ekemini-Polycarp said: “Nna see my result too.”
Moses Akpan said: “I don’t think she forged her results herself. It may have been her teachers or parents. But it’s now clear she knew she was parading a forged JAMB result.”
Ikenna Eboh Onuorah DS reacted: “Wait oo! I taught the app thing was a joke.”
Comr Victor Chinedu said: “I said it yesterday, Schools and special centers that has taken over Anambra educational system should be worrisome to us. Failure in the end of jamb is a major contributor to this jamborees and scandals.”
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