Dear Nigerian Students in Benin Repulblic and the General Public,
We would like to address a recent issue that has caused concerns among Nigerian students studying in Benin. It has come to our attention that the Nigerian government has suspended the accreditation of degree certificates from Benin and Togo.
We want to clarify that this suspension of accreditation is specific to certain institutions in Benin Republic and does not apply to accredited institutions in Benin. Nigerian students studying in Benin Republic should rest assured that their degrees and education are recognized by the Nigerian government. The quality of education provided by the accredited institutions in Benin Republic remains unquestioned.
We understand the worries and uncertainties this situation may have caused, but we want to assure you that your degrees obtained from accredited institutions in Togo are valid and respected. We encourage all Nigerian students in Benin Republic to remain focused on their studies and not let this issue hinder their educational pursuits.
NANS-RB is actively working to provide support and guidance to Nigerian students in Benin Republic, We will continue to monitor the situation closely and keep you informed of any updates or resolutions related to the accreditation suspension.
We kindly request that you help us spread accurate information and reassure your fellow Nigerian students in Benin about the validity of their degrees. Let us stand together in solidarity and support one another during this time.
if you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to NANS-RB. We are here to assist you and provide any necessary clarification.
Thank you for your attention, and we appreciate your understanding and cooperation in this matter.
Hon. Ikenna Favour (Fantom)
National Association of Nigerian Students, Benin Republic chapter (NANS-RB)