"Today is Not Good at All": Canada School Cancels Nigerian Lady's Admission after She Quit Her Job

"Today is Not Good at All": Canada School Cancels Nigerian Lady's Admission after She Quit Her Job

  • A Nigerian lady's world was turned upside down after a Canadian school she applied to did her 'dirty'
  • She had resigned from her job in Nigeria in anticipation of leaving the country after the school gave her admission
  • However, her hopes were dashed as the school changed its mind and this has sparked a debate online

An overseas study consultant, Oludayo Sokunbi, has cried out on X after a Nigerian lady's admission was cancelled by a Canadian school.

According to the man, she had already got visa approval and paid for accommodation in the North American country when the unexpected happened.

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Images of a disappointed lady for illustration purposes and not related to the story. Photo Credit: Paolo Cordoni, Martin Novak
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Oludayo added that she already resigned from her job in Nigeria.

He shared the lady's story while also informing netizens that one of his client's admission was revoked by a Canadian school and postponed to fall 2024.

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He wrote:

"Today is not good at all.
"One school in Canada sent an email to us that Admission has been cancelled for one of our clients and postponed to Fall 2024 after getting Admission.
"Another school cancelled someone's Admission after she has gotten visa approval, resigned from work and paid for accommodation.
"Which kain wahala be this?"

See his tweet below:

People express displeasure over the story

@Obabankzz said:

"The impact of bad leadership to us Nigerians are quite enormous. Too much struggles. If Nigerian were to be better, no one will be going through this headache in the first instance."

@okeyezealah said:

"It is quite unfortunate. However, it sounds preposterous that an educated first degree holder, seeking admission into graduate school, will engage an agent for admissions application. For undergraduate studies, it may be understandable."

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@upcomingfbi432 said:

"Hope they will refund both the school fee and other fees that comes with it."

@adedoyinalimi said:

"Sorry man.
"For the latter, any reason for the cancellation?
"What will now happen to the visa?"

@SeyiSpeaks said:

"It's becoming rampant. I think the schools are greedy - biting off more than they can choose .
"Many of them are "hedging" - in the hope that if some people dont show up or pay - they do not lose out.
"But that hedging is causing so many problems for people."

@OkediranTimothy said:

"The application flood is high. Let's reduce the publicity we do online and be wise."

Canada bans Nigerian lady for 5 years

In a related report, Canada had issued a Nigerian lady a five-year ban.

Facebook user, Amanda Chisom, shared the letter Canada's Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship (IRRC) gave the lady on September 20, 2023, via email.

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The victim narrated how she paid N270k to a visa agent named Ijeh Loveth someone referred to her on Facebook. The unidentified lady said she discovered after doing biometrics, it was a visitor's visa Loveth was processing and not the work visa she paid for.

Canada school revokes lady's admission

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Canadian school had revoked a Nigerian lady's admission while she waited for visa approval.

The frustrating experience left her in a difficult situation, with her plans seemingly falling apart.

Undeterred by the setback, she took matters into her own hands and applied to a private college.

To her surprise, she received admission in less than two weeks, providing her with a new opportunity to pursue her education in Canada.

Source: Legit.ng

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