Lady celebrates getting dermatology degree, British organisation refutes her claim

Lady celebrates getting dermatology degree, British organisation refutes her claim

- A lady identified as Ada Beke celebrated bagging a degree in dermatology from an association she thought was a British university

- Ada Beke took to Twitter to also celebrate acheieving first class honours in dermatology from the same organisation

- The British charity organisation, however, refuted her claims, noting that it does not offer degrees

A young lady identified as Ada Beke has received a piece of shocking news on social media after she announced that she bagged a degree from the British Association of Dermatologists. She claimed to have achieved first class honours.

The lady took to Twitter to celebrate bagging a dermatology degree. In the tweet, it was obvious that the young lady was excited about her latest achievement only for it to be taken away.

She wrote: "Did a dermatology degree with the British Association of Dermatologists. Results came out this morning and your girl made first class with honours. Guess who's an officially certified dermatologist now."

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Lady celebrates getting degree, British organisation refutes her claims Source: Ada Beke
Source: Twitter

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However, after her tweet got the attention of the British Association of Dermatologists, the charity organisation replied to her message, tweeting that the organisation does not offer degrees.

The organisation asked her to send a direct message to them to find out what really went wrong.

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In another tweet, the organisation expressed that investigations on the claims that a course provider is stating that their course is accredited by the association have begun. The association also called on other victims to message them.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that a lawmaker's daughter identified as, Deborah Ighiwiyisi Agbonayinma, was sacked for allegedly using fake certificates to work. The lady allegedly worked with the National Pension Commission with fake foreign and local certificates.

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