Dreams die as graduates wait endlessly for transcripts

..... document now meal ticket for Nigerian universities


Elvis Izekor graduated from the University of Benin in 2015. Two years later, he wrote to his university seeking his transcript to secure a spot among the bright African brains that the Africa Institute of Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) was offering a scholarship for a Master’s programme. That was when he discovered that a camel could…

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