In a statement issued on 2 December 2023, the School of Nursing at Njala University vehemently denied allegations surrounding an alleged fake entrance examination and deceitful student payments.
According to Acting Head of Nursing, Daphne Cummings-Wray (Mrs.), the school categorically refutes the claims that a non-existent entrance examination is scheduled for Tuesday, December 5, 2023.
Reports suggested that students were being duped into paying NLe 500 per subject under the guise of a networking opportunity.
“The School of Nursing has not and will not conduct an entrance examination for the 2023/24 academic year,” states the official release.
Furthermore, it emphasizes that no student was required to pay any amount for any examination within the School of Nursing at Njala University.
The institution has vowed to initiate a thorough investigation to identify the source of this misleading information. Those found connected will face prosecution in accordance with University Policy.
Daphne Cummings-Wray urges vigilance among nursing students and the public, advising them to verify news with the appropriate school or university authorities.
She reaffirms the School of Nursing’s commitment to upholding the goals and policies of Njala University through a steadfast adherence to professionalism.
In light of these events, the School of Nursing urges individuals to remain vigilant against potential scams and emphasizes the importance of confirming information with official university channels.