- A UK-based Nigerian lecturer, Dipo Awojide (Ogbeni Dipo), has taken to social media to complain about universities in Nigeria
- According to Ogbeni Dipo, a university in Nigeria asked a lady to come and rewrite some exams four years after graduating from school and also collecting her certificate and statement of result
- The lady had applied for her transcript to study abroad and she was told that she failed some courses and she needs to retake them
There is no doubt that many things are wrong with the system in Nigeria and people appear to be losing hope of a brighter future seeing as things still look bleak.
One of the sectors that are facing a big problem is the educational system in Nigeria. Many students have been frustrated by the system that they resorted to dropping out or at the worst case, ending their lives.
A UK-based Nigerian lecturer, Ogbeni Dipo, has taken to Twitter to complain bitterly about the educational system in Nigeria as he shared the story of a lady who is currently facing trouble with them.
According to Dipo, a lady who finished her MSc in 2016, collected her statement of result in 2018 and her certificate in 2019, applied for her transcript to study abroad and she was told by the university that she failed some courses and she will need to retake them. He also added that the incident happened at a federal university.
Ogbeni Dipo wrote: “Nigerian Universities are at it again. Just spoke to someone who finished her MSc in 2016, collected Statement of Result in 2018 and Certificate in 2019. Now she’s applying for transcript to study abroad but has been told she failed some courses and need to come retake them.”
See his tweet below:
A number of Twitter users also took to the comment section to react to the situation. Read some comments below:
In other news, Legit.ng reported that Dipo Awojide (Ogbeni Dipo) took to social media to recount how his result in a Nigerian university was nothing to write home about as he spoke on how he got a first class in a UK university.
He added that it is not as if his brain was dead but that the condition of things in Nigeria made education hard.
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