Miss Judith, a graduate of Abia State University could not write her name while appearing for an interview for job placement.
Judith who claims to have studied accountancy at the Abia State University, Uturu could not write her name and the name of her institution correctly.
Judith was among the six candidates invited for an interview by a Non-governmental organization working in security sector reform located in Abuja the Nigerian capital city.
At the interview, the candidates went through two stages, a written and oral test.
In the written test, each of the candidates was asked to write his or her name and the last qualification at the right-hand top of their answer script.
Those who scale through the first stage will proceed to the oral interview which is the last stage before the final selection.
While assessing the candidates, Judith was found to have wrongly written her name and the institution she graduated from.
With the belief that she made a mistake under the interview pressure, she was invited by the panel to make a correction to her name and properly spell her school.
Unfortunately, she wrote both names repeatedly three times and failed them in all attempts.
The panel that could not proceed in her interview immediately dismissed her and asked her to leave.