Stella Oduah's MBA Certificate was Forged

This News was gotten from Sahara Reporters.

Stella Oduah, Nigeria’s minister of aviation is facing a new integrity scrutiny over her claim that she obtained an MBA degree from an American university but according to a new Sahara Reporter's  report, Stella’s claim has been punctured by the United States school which supposedly awarded it.
The Minister’s documentation shows she received an undergraduate degree in accounting from the college in 1982, but Dr. Claud Flythe, St. Paul’s current president, could neither confirm nor deny this during a phone conversation with SaharaReporters.  Further verification with the Office of Alumni Affairs is also currently impossible, the school said, because the college has been closed since June 2013 to loss of its accreditation.
Her resume, which she presented to the Senate as a ministerial nominee in 2011, indicated she obtained a Master’sdegree in Business Administration (MBA) from St. Paul’s College Lawrenceville, Virginia, United States.
But SaharaReporters has learned from the President of the college that it has never in its 125-year history had a graduate school or graduate program.
The Provost, Vice President of Academic Affairs, and the Vice President of Institutional Development said in response to Sahara Reporter’s inquiries:
“We don’t offer any graduate programs here.”
“Similarly, the school’s website states: “Saint Paul’s College is accredited by the Commission of Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award baccalaureate [bachelor’s] degrees.”
There is no mention of graduate degrees. So, how come?

The Soup in which Stella Oduah found herself keeps getting hotter.


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