LASU management reacts to the original degree certificate of their engineering graduate found at Suya spot

The administration of Lagos State College (LASU) has reacted to the viral social media posts a couple of diploma certificates discovered at a Suya spot in Lagos.

A number of reactions erupted on social media after a photograph surfaced on-line exhibiting a Suya vendor “Aboki,” allegedly utilizing the unique certificates of a Lagos State College graduate to wrap and promote suya.

The picture, shared on-line by Itz King Overdoz, clearly exhibits a certificates belonging to an Engineering graduate from LASU. The revelation has sparked a heated debate on-line, with involved people expressing their shock and dismay.

The certificates in query is the property of Abisoye Azeez Oluwaseun, a LASU Chemical and Polymer Engineering graduate with Second Class Honours (Higher Division).

Social media customers expressed a combination of shock and incredulity within the remark sections of the picture because it went viral.

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Nevertheless, the establishment clarified in an announcement that the certificates’s surname was spelt incorrectly, making it invalid. The certificates was discovered on Wednesday, November 21, 2018, in keeping with further data supplied by the administration.

“The College, having recovered the certificates on November 21, 2018, needs to make the next clarifications: The certificates in query exists however was invalidated on February 25, 2013, as a result of the graduate’s surname was incorrectly written as ABISOYE as a substitute of ABIOYE,” the assertion learn.

LASU confirmed {that a} new certificates with the proper surname was issued and picked up by the graduate on September 30, 2014. In keeping with college coverage, the invalidated certificates ought to have been shredded instantly after reissuance. Nevertheless, attributable to an oversight, it ended up within the public area.

“The invalidated certificates obtained into the general public area attributable to improper screening of workplace waste papers previous to disposal,” the assertion concluded.