Trending certificates discovered at ‘Suya’ spot invalid, says LASU 

Trending certificates discovered at ‘Suya’ spot invalid, says LASU 

The administration of the Lagos State College has damaged its silence on the trending certificates discovered at a ‘suya’ spot within the state.

In keeping with the college in a press release on Tuesday, the certificates has been invalidated as a result of it has the inaccurate spelling of the bearer’s identify.

The administration additional affirmed the certificates in query exists however was invalidated on February 25, 2013, as a result of the graduate’s surname was incorrectly written as ABISOYE as an alternative of ABIOYE.

“The College, having recovered the certificates on November 21, 2018, needs to make the next clarifications: The certificates in query exists however was invalidated on February 25, 2013, as a result of the graduate’s surname was incorrectly written as ABISOYE as an alternative of ABIOYE,” the assertion learn.

LASU, nonetheless, confirmed {that a} new certificates with the proper surname was issued and picked up by the graduate on September 30, 2014.

The college maintained that based on its coverage, the invalidated certificates ought to have been shredded instantly after re-issuance. Nonetheless, as a result of an oversight, it ended up within the public house.

“The invalidated certificates received into the general public house as a result of improper screening of workplace waste papers previous to disposal,” the assertion concluded.

Recall that the certificates belonging to an engineering graduate of the establishment hit the web on Wednesday after a person requested to attach with the bearer as a result of it was used to promote soya to him.

The certificates in query belongs to Abisoye Azeez Oluwaseun, who graduated with Second Class Honours (Higher Division) in Chemical and Polymer Engineering from LASU.

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