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‘Aboki’ Uses Engineering Graduate’s Certificate to Sell Suya, University Reacts

Social media is in uproar over an alleged photo is a suya vendor was allegedly using a genuine certificate from LASU graduate to wrap and sell suya.

A social media uproar has erupted after a photo surfaced online showing a Suya vendor, known as “Aboki,” allegedly using a genuine certificate from a Lagos State University (LASU) graduate to wrap and sell suya.

The photo, shared by Itz King Overdoz, clearly displays a certificate belonging to a LASU Engineering graduate.

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This revelation has sparked a heated debate online, with many expressing shock and disappointment.

The certificate belongs to Abisoye Azeez Oluwaseun, who graduated with a Second Class Honours (Upper Division) in Chemical and Polymer Engineering from LASU.

As the photo circulated on social media, it drew widespread reactions of disbelief and anger in the comment sections.

LASU Declares Trending Certificate Found at ‘Suya’ Spot Invalid

Lagos State University (LASU) has clarified that the certificate, belonging to Abisoye Azeez Oluwaseun, had been invalidated on February 25, 2013, due to a misspelling of the surname as “ABISOYE” instead of “ABIOYE.”

LASU’s statement, released on Tuesday, explained that the corrected certificate was issued and collected by the graduate on September 30, 2014.

However, the invalidated certificate was supposed to be shredded immediately after the re-issuance but was improperly disposed of due to an oversight. This error led to the certificate entering the public domain.

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