This letter was sent to by  MR. MURUAKO EMMANUEL

Dear Ex-Prescience Students;

Once again, I must confess that I am impressed by the prescience student’s performance this year and am super happy for them. The first time I visited prescience to speak to the students I saw a set of future ZIKITES determined to make their way through and yes they did.
It is therefore necessary that I also try to ensure that nothing stops anyone of them who has worked hard enough to get this admission not to do so or fall into the hands of fraudsters like one gentle man nearly did today.
Well, in the course of assisting in checking the results, I realized that a good number of the students JAMB scores were missing with their jamb reg numbers, curiously I started inquiring and was informed that it is definitely going to cost them their admission unless they between now and tomorrow do the following;

• (Come in person to the university and submit an application for information of JAMB score and REG number and their results attaching the jamb print out and placement form).
• (Remember you must come in person and at once)
• (Some persons full subjects were also not recorded thereby affecting their overall result and they must follow this same procedure in attaching courses written, scores recorded and total performance)
By God’s grace I took time to meticulously spot out the following students affected in the jamb issue. However, for the courses I couldn’t because I don’t know the details of the courses a student took.

1. Ogah, Emmanuel-psp768, ( 233)
2. Ukeje, Chiemerie Victor,-psp1058, (308)
3. Ekperi, KingDavid-786, (269)
4. Nwanejuafo, Mmesoma Godstime-1369 (200)
5. Chukwuemeka, Chijioke Chikezie-1234 (220)
6. Egbosiona, Obiora Anthony-90(225)
7. Ofole, Emeka John- 112 (258)
8. Akukwere, Ifeanyi Patrick – 1508 (200)
9. Onyemachi, Chinaza Lovelyn – 660 (228)
10. Abioye, Oluwatisayo Susan – 679 (216)
11. Onyedinachi, Ngozi Chisanya – 1540 (217)
12. Anyanwu, Wendy Chidera – 1606 (241)
13. Okudo, Princewill George -1918 (220)
14. Emeriole, Micheal Osundu – 2207 (257)
15. Egwali, Prince Emmanuel – 2132 (234)
16. Amadi, Justine Chijioke – 2193 (332)
17. Otti, Onyedika Henry – 2298 (215)
18. Obiagwu, Chukwuma Cyprian – 2492 (273)
19. Osiegboh, Wisdom Nkemchor – 2970 (231)
20. Nwafor, Precious Chiamaka – 2978 (285)
21. Evoegbo, Uche Emmanuel – 3827 (246)
22. Anyanfunso, Dauda Joyce – 3084 (240)
23. Obaineke Joseph Chigozie – 3144 (225)
24. Akinyemi, Seun Mercy – 3158 (253)
25. Okoli, Chiamaka Elizabeth – 3207 (205)
26. Nnajiofor, Jerry Ugo – 3069 (215)
27. Paul, Jenifer Elinne – 3250 (231)

Also, note that the figures in the bracket are your official scores.
I am here at Awka on ground to welcome all of you and guide you. Call Muruako Emmanuel on 08039103483 or 07083654804.
Please, if you identify anyone here, contact the person ASAP and also share this.

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