AKSU Warns Public Against Employment, Admission scam

By: / Oct 28, 2020
AKSU warns public against employment, admission scam

AKSU warns public against employment, admission scam

Authorities of Akwa Ibom State University (AKSU) has stated that the institution was not employing or admitting fresh students.

The social media is reportedly awash with an advertisement for staff recruitment, admission of students and sales of 500 laptops computers from the office of the Vice Chancellor of the state-owned university, Professor Nse Essien to members of the public.

In a statement issued by the Vice Chancellor Prof Nse Essien in Uyo listed Dr. Kenneth Allaeze, Obioma Faith Omaha and Amos Izuchukwu as account holders luring unsuspecting members of the public to pay certain amount of money for the transactions.

He explained that the institution does not involve in sales of computers and warned members of the public to ignore any information related to transactions in the university.

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