10 candidates scored above 340 marks in JAMB despite 86 per cent failure

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10 candidates scored above 340 marks in JAMB despite 86 per cent failure

Details of 10 candidates who scored 340 marks and above was released by the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) on Tuesday.

The details of the candidates was made know by the examination body’s registrar, Is-haq Oloyede, during his presentation at the 2021 admission policy meeting held virtually and  attended by relevant education stakeholders including heads of tertiary institutions, admission officers and registrars.

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According to Mr Oloyede, Monwuba Chibuzor Chibuikem, a male, with registration number, 10054281ID, from Lagos State, and who sat the examination in the state, topped the chart with a score of 358 out of the possible 400 marks.

Master Chibuikem was closely followed by the duo of Qomarudeen Abdulwasiu Alabi and Adeogun Kehinde Oreoluwa both rank second with their 350 marks.

10 candidates scored above 340 marks in JAMB despite 86 per cent failure

Master Alabi, an indigene of Osun State, with registration number, 10115691FG, sat the examination in his state of origin.

On his part, Master Oreoluwa, also a male, with registration number, 10109964GI, is an indigene of Ogun State who sat his examination in the state.

The fourth best candidate on the list is Ajayi Eberechukwu Isaiah, a male, with registration number 10067858JC, scored 349. He hails from Lagos and sat the examination in Lagos.

Okarike Favour Kenneth, the first female on the list, with registration number 10088418AH, who hails from Rivers State and sat the examination in the state, scored 348 to take the fifth slot on the chart.

Meanwhile, the trio of Omonona Oluwamayokun Victor with registration number 10008972BG; Owoeye Israel Oluwatimilehin with registration number 10165579GD, and Ehizogie Jeffrey Aidelogie with registration number 10006469FG, all scored 347.

Masters Victor, Oluwatimilehin and Aidelogie hail from Oyo, Ekiti and Edo states, respectively. But while Oluwatimilehin sat his examination in Lagos, the other two sat for the examination in their states of origin.

Ajeigbe Moyinoluwa Samuel, with registration number 10151081AE, male, hails from Ekiti State. He sat the examination in Kwara State and scored 346, and is ranked 9th on the log.

Yakubu Abdulraheem Joshua with registration number 10050994FA, male, from Edo State, sat the examination in the same state and scored 343 to take the 10th slot.

Meanwhile, the details as released by the JAMB registrar, have revealed that five of the best candidates chose to attend Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State.

The university, which is founded by the presiding bishop of a mega church in Nigeria, living faith church worldwide, otherwise known as winners chapel, David Oyedepo.

Apart from the best performing candidate, Master Chibuikem, four others, masters Victor, Oluwatimilehin and Samuel, and the only female on the list, Miss Favour, all chose Covenant University.

On his part, master Alabi who came second on the list, chose Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Ile-Ife, while Master Oreoluwa chose to attend the University of Lagos.

Master Isiah, who ranks fourth on the log, applied to the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB), Ogun State, while master Aidelogie chose Afe Babalola University, Ado-Ekiti (ABUAD), Ekiti State.

On his part, master Joshua applied to study at the Nnamdi Azikiwe University (UNIZIK), Awka, Anambra State.

Meanwhile, all the 10 candidates have chosen to study engineering and science courses.

While only one chose to study Mathematics and another decided to study computer science, all the remaining eight candidates opted to study engineering courses, including electrical and electronic, mechatronics, chemical, mechanical and computer engineering.

Recalled the JAMB Registrar, Professor Is-haq Oloyede said in July after the result was released that the future of our country depends on how far we can go to improve on the standard of education and that the uproar on the exaggerated poor performance of candidates who sat for the 2021 UTME was misplaced.

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