A JAMB candidate identified as Loveth reportedly took her own life after failing her JAMB exams.
Juliet who lives with her family in Ekiugbo, Ughelli North local government area of Delta State took her life after she discovered she scored 168 in her Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination.
According to The Nation, Loveth has gone to check her result on 13 March, 2018, and found out she scored below the average admission cut off mark.
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Loveth whose dream was to study Medicine felt devastated when she found out that her present score wouldn’t offer her admission to any University.
She was bitter and distraught that she resolved to taking three bottles of sniper to end her own life.
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This is really sad, such bright future wasted entirely, people need to understand that failure doesn’t mean that all hope are lost.
According to an earlier report by NAIJ.com a 100 level student of University of Ibadan, Miss Effiong Deborah Imarbong, jumped to her death after she received mysterious phone call.
Reports from her school authorities said that Imabong was at a program organized by the school for newly admitted students when she jumped to her death.
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