Shehu Sani, a prominent member of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and a former lawmaker from Kaduna who represented the state’s Central area in the National Assembly, has responded to President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s decision to suspend diplomas from educational institutions in the Benin Republic and Togo. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>
PUNCH claims that the announcement was issued on Tuesday by the Federal Ministry of Education, a branch of the Federal Government. The report went on to say that the Federal Government made the decision after learning that some Nigerians use dishonest tactics and unethical means to obtain degrees in order to eventually find graduate employment prospects.
The report has however, generated several reactions from many people after it surfaced online.
In a post that Shehu Sani shared on his verified Twitter page, he said 100 level in Cotonou is like 2 weeks.
Kindly read the full post that he made below.
However, after he made the post, there were several reactions from social media users.
Kindly read a few reactions from some of the people who shared their thoughts below. CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>