Aliko Dangote University Debunks Social Media Report: “We Are Not Recruiting”

Aliko Dangote University Debunks Social Media Report: “We Are Not Recruiting”

  • Aliko Dangote University of Science and Technology, Wudil, is currently not recruiting as claimed in some quarters
  • The management of the institution on Monday, October 16, debunked the viral recruitment report and noted it was false
  • The deputy registrar, media and publications further confirmed the development in a statement issued in Kano state

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Kano state, Nigeria - The management of the Aliko Dangote University of Science and Technology, Wudil, Kano state (ADUSTECH) has maintained that it is not recruiting. This is contrary to social media reports that it is in the process of conducting interviews for staff recruitment.

Aliko Dangote University, Kano state
The management of Aliko Dangote University says it is not recruiting. Photo credit: Aliko Dangote University
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Malam Abdullahi Datti, the deputy registrar, media and publications at ADUSTECH, disclosed this in a statement issued in Kano on Monday, October 16, Daily Trust reported.

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“The management of the university wishes to make it categorically clear that the said story is fake and unfounded, hence the general public should disregard it,” Datti said.

The Punch reported that Datti also called on the general public to desist from spreading such rumours and misleading information.

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Meanwhile, Aliko Dangote University of Science and Technology is set to adopt the Central Bank of Nigeria's eNaira for tuition payment.

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The CBN took its eNaira awareness mobilization to Kano to drive the adoption and acceptance of the CBDC.

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