Nigerians dey Pay Upto N500,000 To Collect “Adigboroja” Degrees …NYSC DG

July 26 16:18 2019
Nigerians Pay N500,000 To Buy Fake Degrees - NYSC Boss Reveals

The Oga patapata for National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), Brig.-Gen. Shuaibu Ibrahim, don touch sand swear say starting from this year’s “Batch C”, only academic certificates and transcripts of foreign students authenticated by Nigerian consulates in foreign countries of study na him them go dey accept for national service.

The NYSC Oga come talk say some African institutions dey sell degree and Higher National Diploma (HND) certificates and transcripts to some Nigerian students for between N300,000 to N500,000 apalapala.

Oga Ibrahim yan this when him hold meeting with representatives of 159 African institutions wey dey present corps members to Nigeria in Abuja.

The theme of the event be : Strategies for a Successful Mobilisation of Nigerian Foreign Graduates: The Role of Stakeholders.

The NYSC Oga come further threatened say him go blacklist institutions wey him found out say them dey sale all these adigboroja degrees and HND certificates give Nigerians.

Him say in recent times, the issue of adigboroja certificates don too much, so tay some graduates no dey fit defend their degree certificates. “Some tertiary institutions simply sell their degrees/Higher National Diploma certificates to persons who never passed through academic rigour. We have evidences of persons who possess originals of such certificates and transcripts from some universities that are represented here”.

“To check this ugly trend of certificate racketeering, we strongly recommend that the Federal Ministry of Education liaise with the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs to ensure that all degrees and HND certificates obtained outside the shores of Nigeria are authenticated at the Nigerian consulate in the country of study” name so Oga Ibrahim come frown face talk.

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