MDA engaged in certificate racketeering -Representatives

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MDA engaged in certificate racketeering -Representatives

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MDA engaged in certificate racketeering -Representatives.

The House of Representatives has decided to look into allegations of certificate racketeering involving some Federal Government Ministries, Departments, and Agencies and their officers working with Nigerian students.

The resolution was adopted on the House floor on Wednesday, after a motion made by Abubakar Fulata, the member representing the Birniwa/Guri/Kiri-Kasamma Federal Constituency of Jigawa State, was adopted.

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The information about Umar Audu completing his degree program in a remarkably short period in Cotonou, Benin Republic, and subsequently serving in the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) sheds light on the accusations he made against anonymous Ministry of Education officials.

In this case, Audu’s accusation likely stems from the suspicion that some individuals within the Ministry of Education were involved in facilitating or overlooking irregularities in the educational system.

The suggestion is that these officials may have been part of a racketeering network that allowed certain individuals, including Umar Audu, to expedite their academic processes and qualifications.

The call made by Fulata during the House debate to “identify officials of MDAs and students who benefited from such institutions and their campuses in the last ten years” indicates a demand for thorough investigation and accountability.

Fulata is urging the House to delve into the alleged corruption within educational institutions over the past decade, with a focus on identifying both the implicated officials and students who may have gained undue advantages.

The outrage from well-meaning Nigerians suggests that the issue strikes a chord with the public, emphasizing the importance of transparency, fairness, and integrity in the country’s education system.

The accusations and subsequent demand for identification of those involved reflect broader concerns about corruption and unethical practices that could undermine the credibility of educational institutions and the nation’s youth service program.

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