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Graduates refused to collect 42,000 certificates: UNICAL

The University of Calabar says there are over 42,000 unclaimed certificates by graduates of the institution from the 1980s to date.

• June 30, 2021
University of Calabar (Guardian Newspaper)

The University of Calabar says there are over 42,000 unclaimed certificates by graduates of the institution from the 1980s to date.

“It has been discovered that there are over 42,000 unclaimed certificates of the University of Calabar in various faculties and institutes. Some of these certificates date back to the 1980s,” said Gabriel Egbe, UNICAL’s registrar.

He disclosed this in a statement on Wednesday in Abuja.

Mr Egbe added, “The university management is shocked by this abnormality, and therefore, directs that all those who have not collected their certificates after several years of graduation should do so immediately.

“Persons, who are acquainted with this group of graduands, should please, inform them to come for collection.

“Those who do not do so before the end of September 25, 2021, will have their name published and will be surcharged subsequently.”

(NAN)

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