Following an allegation made against Anambra state senator, Andy Uba by online news medium, Sahara Reporters, a copy of the senator’s WAEC result has surfaced online.
Recall that Sahara Reporters had alleged that the politician had purchased his PhD. from a certificate vendor.
Coming days after the allegation, Sahara Reporters has published a document it obtained from the examination body declaring that Senator Emmanuel Nnamdi Uba, forged both his secondary school certificate and “Confirmation of Result” letter which was presented to the British authorities.
The letter dated February 12, 2014, addressed to George Smith of Public Agencies, located at 57 Peel Road, Wembley Middlesex, HA9 7LY in the U.K by WAEC stated that the “Letter reference no. L/CR/CONF/05465089 dated 21st November, 2013 is fake.”
According to WAEC, Sen. Uba’s real results as certified by WAEC in the letter addressed to Mr. Smith noted that the senator obtained credit score in only one subject, chemistry.
The letter’s stand however comes as a sharp contrast to the WAEC result presented by the Senator who claimed to have obtained the following grades: English Literature 4, English Language 7, Christian Religious Knowledge 7, Economics 4, Statistics 6, Mathematics 6, Physics 4, and Chemistry 6.
The Senator further claimed to have obtained his bachelor’s degree from Concordia University in Canada, master’s from California State University and his doctorate degree from Buxton University in the UK.
Sahara Reporters further claimed that the senator dropped out of both the Concordia University and California State University where he registered as an Undergraduate.
The online news medium further in its finding reported that “Buxton University is not an accredited institution of learning, but a “certificate mill” that sells degrees to anybody willing to pay a small fee.”