The lawyer said the N1 billion was to cover for the physical and emotional trauma the boy had being through from being offered “two separate scores.
After going back and forth, the board tendered evidence to counter the claim by John and his legal representatives.At the Friday meeting, documentary evidence tendered by the board showed that John actually scored 265, not the 380 he had claimed.
He said: I will not stand against the investigation. Let there be an investigation but what I will not agree to is to prejudge him.
Earlier, John had said:The result I have been receiving is not the result I am entitled to. I wrote the first jamb in 2019. The first time they sent 328 later I saw 278 score when I checked it. I printed it. I couldn’t meet up for admission that year. I wanted to study medicine and surgery at the University of Ibadan.
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