UNIZIK reacts after Facebook user advertised its admission slots for N400,000
By Orowo Victoria Ojieh
The management of Nnamdi Azikwe University has reacted to a Facebook user who advertised the school’s admission slots for sale.
Adaora Cagzin Igbo, a Facebook user, advertised five (5) admission slots for sale, she said each slot costs N400,000.
Reacting to this, UNIZIK’s management said its admission is not for sale and admission is based on merit.
The University also said that it is yet to announce admission proceedings including post UTME for the next academic session.
According to a statement released by the school’s spokesperson Chika G. Ene, “the authorities of Nnamdi Azikiwe University wish to reiterate that Admission into the institution is based on Merit.
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“The University is yet to announce Admission proceedings including Post UTME for the next academic session.
“We’ve also consistently cautioned on the activities of admission racketeers and warned prospective candidates to be wary of such criminally-minded fellows.
“The Management of Nnamdi Azikiwe University would not hesitate to apprehend anybody found wanting and made to face the full wrath of the law,” the spokesperson stated
The management further advised the general public not to pay anyone who promised to give them admission for a certain amount of money into the University.
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