Woman reveals private university refused to release her transcript (video)

Woman reveals private university refused to release her transcript (video)

- A woman called Maria Ocheja has pleaded with Covenant University to release her degree certificate and transcript

- Maria stated that she requested the documents in July but she is yet to receive them

- The frustrated woman noted that she is tired of praying and begging people over her own documents

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A Nigerian woman called Maria Ocheja has taken to social media to share her frustration with Covenant University where she obtained a Bachelor's degree in mass communication.

Maria stated that she requested her transcript from the institution to be sent to a school in Pennsylvania in the US where she wanted to further her studies, sadly, she's yet to get a response.

According to her, she graduated from the Nigerian university in 2013 and made the transcript request in July 2020 but they kept giving her different excuses.

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Lady cries for help
Woman demands her transcript from Covenant University. Photo: @shybellmedia
Source: Instagram

Read what she said below:

"I paid twice for this service. Please Covenant University, release my transcript. I have evidence. I am tired. I have been crying all-day. I'm tired of praying, I'm tired of crying, I'm tired of begging people. My husband has called. When I was in school, I never defaulted. I never did anything to offend anyone in that school. Please, I'm begging you in the name of God, please release my transcript and my degree certificate."

Watch the young woman speak below:

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