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Fake Certificate Scandal: Federal Government Suspends Certificate from Benin and Togo

Nigeria Temporarily Suspends Collaboration With Universities Of The Republic Of Benin And Togo ICPC Launches Investigation After Encountering Undercover Journalist's Shocking Revelation Of N600K Spending Without Attending Classes In Benin

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The government has suspended the assessment and accreditation of university degrees from Togo Republic of Benin institutions.

This decision comes following an undercover report by an online newspaper, which revealed how a Cotonou-based university awarded a degree to an investigative journalist in just six weeks.”

Fake certificate scandal: Federal government suspends Benin and Togo's certificate

On Tuesday, January 2, the Federal Ministry of Education expressed concern about the situation in the two neighboring countries. Augustina Obilor-Duru signed the statement on behalf of the Director of Press and Public Relations.

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ICPC chairman meets investigative journalist about fake certificate scandal in Benin and Togo

Shocking revelation from a journalist on the cost of N600K without taking classes in Benin

Crown Prince of Benin to sue Cynthia Morgan on charges of bewitchment.

ICPC chairman meets investigative journalist about fake certificate scandal in Benin and Togo

In response to revelations about fake degrees issued by secret universities in Benin and Togo, Musa Aliyu, the chairman of the Independent Corrupt Practices Commission (ICPC), held a meeting with journalist Audu.

The meeting, prompted by Audu's discovery of academic fraud, aimed to gather information that could help the anti-graft agency investigate the extent of the problem. The ICPC is attempting to tackle academic fraud by digging into the details provided by the reporter during their meeting.

Shocking revelation from a journalist on the cost of N600K without taking classes in Benin

Umar Shehu Audu, a journalist with the Daily Nigerian Newspaper, shared the story of obtaining a Bachelor of Science in Mass Communication certificate from the Ecole Superieure de Gestion et de Technologies in Cotonou, Benin Republic.

Audu said he had not received an admission letter and was unsure of the school's location.

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The undercover journalist explained that he had hired an agent who requested payment to obtain the certificate. Audu also said he spent about ₦600,000 to obtain the certificate.

“I didn't even get an admission letter. I don't know where the school is located; all I did was get a hold of this agent, and he asked for a certain amount of money, which I paid”.

Crown Prince of Benin to sue Cynthia Morgan on charges of bewitchment.

In other stories, a royal controversy unfolds as the Crown Prince of Benin plans legal action against Cynthia Morgan over alleged bewitchment.

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Cynthia Morgan recently opened up about her experience with her ex-lover, claiming he beat her, fought with her while she slept and bewitched her, including in an attempt to prevent her from marrying someone else.

Morgan told how he frustrated her physically and mentally when she promised him he would not go free and cursed him.

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