IHERIS University Togo Supports Nigerian Government’s Suspension of Degree Certificates in Response to Undercover Journalism Exposé

IHERIS University Togo Supports Certificate Suspension

IHERIS University Togo aligns itself with the Nigerian government’s decision to suspend degree certificates from universities in Benin Republic and Togo following an expose on degree fraud orchestrated by an undercover journalist.

Statement Affirming Integrity

Dr. Adamu Muhammad Wakili, the Registrar of IHERIS University, expressed that the suspension was essential to restore trust and combat the negative portrayal of universities in Togo and Benin due to the actions of individuals involved in certificate racketeering.

Stance Against Fraudulent Activities

The university condemns recent incidents, including an undercover journalist obtaining a degree from a Benin Republic university within six weeks through a certificate racketeering agent.

Wakili emphasizes the institution’s commitment to integrity and adherence to French Education System values.

Press Statement and Support for Investigation

IHERIS University reaffirms its commitment to quality education, highlighting international affiliations and program recognition. It appeals to students not to panic and sees the suspension as an opportunity to improve the educational system in the affected countries.

Additionally, the suspension does not disrupt regular academic programs but serves as a temporary measure for a thorough investigation.

Commitment to Standards and Growth

The university asserts compliance with Togo and Nigeria’s regulations, emphasizing its growth and attainment of scholarships and grants while emphasizing its commitment to nurturing competent students across various disciplines.

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