The Council of Authorized Schooling (CLE) has banned Legislation graduates from the Houdegbe North American College, Cotonou, Benin Republic, from Nigerian Legislation Faculty admission.
CLE Secretary, Elizabeth Max-Uba, made this identified in an announcement on Friday.
Max-Uba famous that the college is domiciled in a Civil Legislation jurisdiction but its legislation college was providing Frequent Legislation programs solely.
The official mentioned college students have been 100% Nigerians and the language of instruction was English, whereas French is the lingua franca of Benin Republic.
CLE added that lecturers have been Nigerians drawn from schools of legislation within the South-West area of Nigeria instructing there on a part-time foundation.
It cited “Info” which indicated that “the college had no approval from the regulatory authority in that nation to run a legislation programme till 2016, after the choice was taken by the Council to droop admission of its graduates to the Nigerian Legislation Faculty”.
The physique identified issues over “substandard tertiary establishments within the West African sub-region, Benin Republic particularly, that focus on Nigerian college students for business or financial positive factors solely”.
The assertion mentioned though the council has no management over establishments outdoors Nigeria, it’s vested with powers to find out who’s admitted into the Nigerian Legislation Faculty and underneath which circumstances.
Max-Uba suggested dad and mom and college students to make sure due diligence of their selection of academic establishments so as to keep away from consequent frustration.
Nigerian Legislation Faculty rejects Benin Republic college graduates