Admission racket: Man claims university sells out acceptance to study medicine for 800k

Admission racket: Man claims university sells out acceptance to study medicine for 800k

- A Nigerian man has accused a Nigerian university of taking bribes to admit students

- The man alleged that students who want to study medicine have to pay N800,000

- Ugwuanyi also listed the names of the lecturers who are allegedly involved in the admission bribery

A Nigerian man identified as Sen Chijinkem Ugwuanyi has leveled allegations against a popular Nigerian university. The man claimed that the school collects bribes from student who want to study medicine.

The young man accused the University of Nigeria, Nsukka of selling out admission into medicine study for N800,00.

According to him, some lecturers in the school are the ones heading the admission bribery. He charged the lecturers to arrest the syndicate identified as Oga Sunny, claiming that he is the one taking the bribes.

Admission racket

Man claims university sells out acceptance to study medicine for 800k Facebook source: Sen Chijinkem Ugwuanyi
Source: Facebook

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Ugwuanyi also alleged that the bribery was what led to the death of some young Nigerians who were seeking admission to study medicine in the school.

The young man further expressed that the people who died had tried to get the refund for the N500,000 bribery they paid earlier.

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Legit.ng had come across the claims after they were shared on Facebook by Ugwuanyi. The Facebook user had charged authorities to investigation the situation.

Admission racket

He also listed names of lecturers who are involved in the bribery Facebook source: Sen Chijinkem Ugwuanyi
Source: Facebook

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