Don't Kill My Daughter's Talent": Ejikeme Mmesoma's Father Cries Out - watchtower media

"Don't Kill My Daughter's Talent": Ejikeme Mmesoma's Father Cries Out in New Video Over JAMB Result Saga 

Romanus Ejikeme, the father of Ejikeme Mmesoma, has revealed that he is a superstar musician. In an interview with Channels Television, Mr Ejikeme said he won a competitive singing contest in Ibadan, Oyo state, in 1996. 
According to him, after he won the competition, he was given money which he used to buy his musical instruments. I'm a musician, Mmesoma's father says He said he faced a lot of attacks after, and his music career suffered because of the battles. 
Mr Ejikeme stated that due to the battles he was facing back then, his mother advised him not to stop making music. He told Channels Television: "I'm a singer as you people are seeing me. Forget about the Okada issue that they are talking about. In 1996, I went to a singing competition in Oyo state and I came first. I won the singing competition in 1996. They gave me the money that I won and used it to buy musical instruments in 1996. Since then, they began to fight me here and there. My mother said I should not do music again. The same thing is happening to my daughter now." 
Meanwhile, JAMB has withdrawn the result and banned Mmesoma for three years as a punishment for allegedly forging the result. The examination body insisted the girl changed her result from 249 to 362. 

In a related story, reported that Umeh Kamsiyochukwu was declared as the girl with the highest JAMB score for 2023. 

The girl scored 360 to clinch the top position in the nationwide examination. Umeh, who is a student of Deeper Life High School, Mowe, is a native of Anambra state. 

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