JAMB Saga: “We Can’t Throw Her Away”, Anambra Gov. Soludo Says As He Hands Over Mmesoma to Psychotherapist for 3-Months Counseling

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The Anambra State Governor, Chukwuma Soludo, has approved a therapy class for Miss Ejikeme Joy Mmesoma.

On Thursday, the Anambra State Government handed over 19-year-old Mmesoma, who forged her Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) result, to a psychotherapist for three-month guidance and counselling, The Punch reported.

Why Soludo approved a three-month therapy class for Mmesoma?

The state commissioner for education, Professor Ngozi Chuma-Udeh, who confirmed this development at a press briefing in her office in Awka, on Thursday, said Mmesoma would undergo a therapy class for three months as recommended by the state panel, which probed the UTME forgery case.

This is coming a day after Mmesoma appeared before a panel of the House of Representatives in Abuja, where she tendered an apology to the exam body and pleaded for leniency, Vanguard report confirmed.

While briefing journalists on Thursday, Chuma-Udeh said,

“We considered what Mmesoma did as ‘juvenile delinquency’ to which any child could fall victim. So, we are not going to throw the baby away with the bath water. She is now under a psychotherapist counsellor who will take her on therapy for three months after which the state government will appeal to JAMB management on behalf of her to reconsider one or two things.”

The commissioner commended Soludo, for approving the psychotherapy class for Mmesoma.

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