Lady Who Was Expelled Over Exam Misconduct Graduates with First Class After Joining Another Campus.
Thursday, 2nd December 2021,Nairobi Kenya.
A Nigerian lady known as Angela Sughnen who had to start her university studies again after she was found guilty of examination irregularities at 400 level has finally graduated with first class honor from Ababukar Tafawa Balewa University
The young lady left her former school after she was expelled due to exam malpractices and joined Ababukar Tafawa Balewa University years ago.
Angela Sughnenn took to her Facebook page and said that she was a 400 level student in a Nigerian university with a 2.1 grade when she was found guilty of examination irregularities and was expelled.
Angela Sughnen said that she was mocked since many people never expected her to be involved in exam malpractices but she has finally graduated getting a degree in the course which she was doing in Ababukar Tafawa Balewa University.
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