No less than eight foreign universities from the Republic of Benin, Niger and Cameroon have been banned from participating in the 2021 orientation course by the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC).
According to Nigerian daily reports, most of these schools, also known as Cotonou universities, award degrees a few months after adulthood.
Although NYSC management failed to explain the reasons for this drastic decision in its circular (Friday, March 5) to the Country Coordinator / FCT, it did not notify all inspection and evaluation officers and government inspectors who were trained overseas.
The NYSC has yet to reveal the reasons for this tough decision.
The complete list of affected universities is as follows:
Al-Nahda International University (Republic of Niger)
Ecole Superieur Sainte Felicite (Republic of Benin)
Ecole Supervisor D Administration et DEconomics (Republic of Benin);
Ecole Superieur DEnseignement Professionelle Le Berger – ESEP Le Berger (Republic of Benin) READ 5th Ecole Superieur Saint Louis DAfrique (Republic of Benin)
Institute Superior of Comm.
Dord et de Management – ISFOP (Republic of Benin) 8th International University, Bamenda (Cameroon)
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