Covenant University, one of the leading private institutions in Nigeria, has issued a disclaimer in response to circulating rumours about the release of its 2023/2024 academic session’s admission list.
The University’s management stressed that the information is fraudulent and misleading, coming from sources with deceptive intentions.
Beware of Scammers
In this era of digital information, scammers have resorted to spreading false information about academic institutions’ activities, with the intent of duping unsuspecting students and parents.
It is essential to note that Covenant University is yet to commence its screening exercise for the 2023/2024 academic session. As such, prospective students and parents should disregard any information suggesting the contrary.
Official Channels for Admission Information
Covenant University has urged the general public, particularly prospective students, to visit its official admissions website, admissions.covenantuniversity.edu.ng, or its main site, covenantuniversity.edu.ng, for authentic information regarding admissions.
Any information from other sources should be deemed unauthentic and disregarded, especially if they require payments or personal information.
Spread the Information
Covenant University encourages everyone to share this disclaimer with as many people as possible, to ensure this fraudulent information does not ensnare unsuspecting individuals. By spreading the word, we can collectively combat scams and safeguard the interests of prospective students and their parents.
A Message from the Acting Registrar
The Ag. Registrar, Mrs. Regina A. Tobi-David, emphasized that the institution is committed to maintaining its integrity and will not condone any form of fraudulent activities. She urged everyone to stay vigilant and verify information from the University’s official channels. She sent her best wishes and blessings to everyone.
In conclusion, while technology has made information easily accessible, it has also made it easier for scammers to spread false news. Thus, prospective students and their parents must always verify any news from official sources before taking any action.
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