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For some years now a debate has been going on concerning the accreditation of Houdegbe North American University. Many have debated in forums, the internet and social media has been buzzing and news papers have been carrying all sorts rumours many of which people believe are sponsored by some private institutions in Nigeria. Houdegbe North American University enrolls a large number of students three times a year (1ST semester November, 2nd Semester March and Summer Semester August), thereby taking students from the private universities in Nigeria.
Earlier this august an article was published by a popular news paper in Nigeria, insinuating that thousands of Nigerians are chasing worthless degrees in universities in Benin Republic.
This caused a serious scare as many students have gone as far as sending mails to NUC in order to get information. I’m going to try and help clear the air a bit, for the sake of all students out there who are in the dark and are desperately seeking information about the institution.
Lets look at the following:-
- Hnaub’s Accreditation
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- HNAUB on NUC’s blacklist
Moving on. . . .
- Newspapers Tarnishing the Schools Image
This has been going on for years now, but yet each year, the schools population keeps increasing. And all its graduates from Nigeria go for their mandatory 1 year NYSC in various parts of Nigeria and are employed all over West and Central African countries while many have found their ways into various institutions in Europe, the United States and Canada.
So i’ll let you be the judge. Moving On . . .
- HNAUB Students Reaction
According to the student, of all that was said, the most annoying was the fact that they said the schools population was as a result of the students inability to scale the JAMB (Joint Admission and Matriculation Board) Examination. Forgetting that at the time the article was published, State and Federal institution in the Nigeria were on strike, how this factor was excluded, I don’t know. Leading the students to believe it was sponsored by competitors.
- ASUU and FG Face-Off
As at now, Nigerian Universities are still on strike for almost 100 days now, I want to appeal to FG to come to an agreement with ASUU and lets our future leaders go back to school.
So there you have it. If you are still doubting the accreditation of the school, I advice you visit the institution, Houdegbe North American University, PK 10 Houdegbe, Route de Porto Novo in the Republic of Benin to get the answers you seek. Thank You!
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