Dear Friends, Supporters, and Stakeholders,
We hope this letter finds you in good health and high spirits. We write to you today with an urgent matter that requires your attention and support.
Recently, the Federal government made the decision to suspend the accreditation of universities in Benin Republic and Togo. This action came as a result of an investigation conducted by a news journalist. While we acknowledge the need for transparency and accountability, we want to emphasize that not all students in Benin Republic and Togo buy certificates.
As students, we face numerous challenges and obstacles on our educational journey. We take our education seriously, dedicating three or more years of hard work and perseverance to acquire our academic qualifications. We believe in the value of knowledge and the importance of earning our certificates through merit and dedication.
In light of these recent events, we humbly request your support. We call upon the public, groups, organizations, student bodies, and youth stakeholders to join us in addressing this situation. Together, we can fight for our rights with a unified voice and unwavering togetherness.
We firmly believe that education is a fundamental right that should be accessible to all, regardless of their background or circumstances. By standing together, we can advocate for equal opportunities and recognition of the hard work put in by students in Benin Republic and Togo.
We invite you to join us in championing this cause and making a difference. Your support and solidarity will not only uplift us but also inspire future generations to pursue their educational aspirations with determination and resilience.
In closing, we express our heartfelt gratitude for your consideration and support. Let us continue to foster a community of friendship, understanding, and empowerment. Together, we can create a brighter and more inclusive future for all.
Hon. Ikenna Favour
National Association of Nigerian Students Benin Republic