Islamic groups welcome suspension of FG degrees in Benin and Togo

Islamic groups welcome suspension of FG degrees in Benin and Togo

Muslim rights organization MURIC praised the federal government for suspending degree recognition in Benin and Togo.

This was disclosed in a statement by MURIC Director-General, Professor Ishaq Akintola, on Wednesday.

MURIC said the suspension of the recognition of degrees in the Republic of Benin and the Republic of Togo due to fraud and misconduct was a commendable move.

“MURIC commends the FG for banning these fraudulent certificates. Such fake certificate holders pose a grave risk to the lives of Nigerians and the quality of public services.” Ta.

The group also called on the Ministry of Education at the federal and state levels to be wary of holders of such certificates.

MURIC charged security agencies to nab the masterminds of unauthorized entry in Nigeria, insisting that those found employed with them should be shown the way out.

“They are agents of fake higher education institutions located in faraway Benin and Togo. They should be made to face the full wrath of the law.

“We demand an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the permit issued by the Federal Ministry of Education confirming that the university (ESGT) is on the Ministry’s list of accredited institutions,” the statement added.


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