A Nigerian lady whose plan for life has been shattered by the Nigerian education system has called out her alma mater, Adekunle Ajasin University Akungba AAUA, for denying her mobilisation for NYSC, saying she failed a course back in 200 level.
Favour took to the streets of Twitter to narrate how she had wanted to finish her first degree and proceed for Masters at 22 only for her plans to be disrupted and now has to retake just one course at 23 before NYSC could be possible at 24.
According to her, her online result and lecturer’s records show that she passed the course, Introduction to Syntax, but her omnibus reveals an F just when she was at the verge of being mobilised for NYSC (after 400 level) and nobody wants to take the fall for this error. Favor added that AAUA is doing this to her simply because she was a model in the year she took the course.
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This, to them, shows that she is unserious and at such, has to retake the course. Meanwhile, Favour revealed she had only become a model so she could win Miss AAUA and have some privileges like free hostel as her father had just died at the time and her mom was a bit incapacitated. Read her touching story below:
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