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FG SUSPENDS EVALUATION AND ACCREDITATION OF DEGREE CERTIFICATES FROM BENIN AND TOGO

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FG SUSPENDS EVALUATION AND ACCREDITATION OF DEGREE CERTIFICATES FROM BENIN AND TOGO                                                         02-01-24

By Sadiq Aminu                                                     The Federal Government has suspended the evaluation and accreditation of degree certificates from Benin and Togo Republics.
This is pending the outcome of an investigation that would involve the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the two countries as well the Department of State Security Services and the National Youths Service Corps.

A statement from the Federal Ministry of Education explains that the suspension is coming on the heels of a recent publication online of how an undercover reporter bagged a degree at a Cotonou university in 6 weeks and participated in the NYSC scheme.

It says the Federal Ministry of Education vehemently decries such acts has also commenced internal administrative processes to determine the culpability or otherwise of her staff for which appropriate Public Service Rules would be applied.

According to the statement, the ministry will continue to review its strategy to block any loopholes, processes and procedures.

It states that the Ministry has been contending with the problem including illegal institutions located abroad or at home preying on unsuspecting, innocent Nigerians and some desperate Nigerians who deliberately patronize such outlets.

The statement assures Nigerians and the general public of putting in place mechanisms to sanitise the education sector.

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