NECO Validates Ifeanyi Ubah’s Result
The National Examinations Council (NECO), yesterday officially confirmed the certificate submitted to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) by Senator Ifeanyi Ubah as original and authentic.
This was coming against the widespread alleged certificate forgery allegation leveled against the senator The examination body released the result details and cleared the air in a letter NECO/R/LGS/20/003, dated 23rd January 2020 and addressed to Human Rights Writers Association (HURIWA), Ubah and YPP.HURIWA had written to NECO, to authenticate or deny the certificate issued to Ubah.
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In the letter, responding to the request, NECO confirmed that Ifeanyi Ubah took a total of 8 subjects, had credits in seven and failed one.
NECO validates ifeanyi ubah’s result, The Examination Body further explained that the conventional and obtainable practice among examination bodies is that failed subjects are not recorded in the certificate, although they remain in the examination body’s database.He said such will continue to appear in both the statement of results and confirmation of results usually sent to educational institutions.
The letter reads: “In all, we state with every sense of duty and responsibility that both the statement of result and the certificate are genuine. They both emanated from the council and correspond with the records in our database.”
Senator Ubah who address the media yesterday on the issue said he didn’t get any fair hearing from the court which gave a judgment in favour of Uzoh. He said he was never served or given any opportunity to defend himself.
The senator said the judgment will not stand, as he has already appealed against it. He said he needed to clear his name and set the records straight.
“It is also a well known fact that I submitted my certificate to INEC and not my statement of result. It is very obvious that those trying to malign Senator Ifeanyi Ubah are mischievous and ignorant elements who do not understand the difference between a “certificate of result” and “statement of result” because over 20 million Nigerians are aware of the fact that this practice is not only obtainable in NECO, but WAEC also.
“This is because certificates are honorariums which shouldn’t carry failed subjects, as opposed to statement of results which only serve record purposes in the institution(s) database,” Senator Ubah said.