Innoson Vehicles has announced the withdrawal of the scholarship awarded to Joy Mmesoma Ejikeme in light of her admission to forging her JAMB UTME score.
The decision to withdraw the scholarship was based on Innoson Group’s commitment to honesty, integrity, and merit-based recognition. The Head of Corporate Communications and Affairs of the Innoson Group, Cornel Osigwe, issued a statement confirming the company’s involvement in investigating the allegations surrounding Mmesoma’s UTME results.
The statement expressed disappointment that the investigation confirmed Mmesoma’s manipulation of her results, which directly contradicted the values upheld by Innoson Group, particularly regarding their scholarship program. The withdrawal of the scholarship was deemed necessary to uphold the principles of honesty, integrity, and merit. The statement acknowledged the regrettable nature of the situation and expressed gratitude to those who had supported Mmesoma, including her school principal and other well-meaning individuals. However, maintaining the integrity of the scholarship program and its values was deemed essential.
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Innoson Vehicles reaffirmed its commitment to supporting deserving students, investing in the education sector, and upholding ethical standards. The company expressed its dedication to promoting educational excellence and academic integrity through its scholarship program, which rewards exceptional students who demonstrate not only academic prowess but also embody values such as honesty and transparency. Innoson Vehicles expressed gratitude to the public, JAMB, the Anambra State Governor’s committee, and all those who provided understanding and support throughout the challenging situation. The company remains committed to fostering educational excellence in Nigeria.