‘My Secondary school, University days… I never cheated nor ask colleagues questions in the exam hall’ – Jaymikee

Popular gospel film editor, Joshua Mike-Bamiloye a.k.a Jaymikee has reacted to a random X user’s tweet who asked his followers who can confidently say they passed their West African Examinations Council (WAEC) without the aid of sure centers.

This tweet immediately sparked a conversation online about the prevalence of cheating and the credibility of exam results in the country.

In his words;

“How many Nigerians beat their chest that dem write waec and passed without the help of sure centers?”

As many of his followers shared their personal experiences and opinions on the matter, with some expressing concern about the integrity of the education system, Joshua Mike-Bamiloye quote tweeted his question noting that he passed his WAEC exams without the aid of special centres and he finished his secondary school and tertiary eduction without involving in any form examination malpractices.

In his words;

If I start beating my chest over not ever cheating in everyone of these exams from secondary school up until my last paper in Uni, I’ll have severe chest pain 😭

When asked further by one of his followers if he ever asked for his collegues for assistance during exams, he affirmed that he was never involved in any form of examination malpractices .

“By cheating, does this include asking questions from colleagues or resonding during exams?” – Jaymikee responsed with “EVERYTHING

Another follower identified as @mozez_naija floored Jaymikee’s claim noting that it’s never possible to scale through secondary school and tertiary school without being involved in examination malpractices.

Jaymikee’s response; “Hard to believe isn’t? My past school mates are on this app too. You can Ask them”

See tweet below.