The University of Jos management has denied alleged increase in certificates collection charges.
In a statement signed by Mr Abdullahi Abdullahi, Senior Deputy Registrar, Information and Publications, University of Jos says the general public should disregard the fake information regarding the certificate collection Charges.
The statement reads;
INFORMATION, PUBLICATIONS, PUBLIC RELATIONS & PROTOCOL DIVISION
Disclaimer on Fake Information Regarding Certificate Collection Charges.
It has come to the attention of Management of the University of Jos that a misleading piece of information is being circulated on various social media platforms regarding speculation on the alleged imposition of extra charges for the collection of certificates from the University with effect from September 2023.
Management wishes to clarify that these claims are entirely false and should be disregarded.
Management wishes to further state that the charges for collecting certificates remain unchanged as the University has not implemented any new fees or increased the existing charges. Management again assures that any future revision in charges will be formally communicated to all Students, Alumni and the general public through the University’s official channels.
While urging members of the public to ignore any such rumours or misinformation especially on the social media, they are advised to always confirm any official notifications and authentic updates from the University through its website www.unijos.edu.ng or its Radio Station ICE FM 96.1 and other traditional media channels.
Abdullahi Abdullahi, Senior Deputy Registrar, Information and Publications, University of Jos