Bauchi College Releases Admission After WikkiTimes Investigation

A month after a WikkiTimes investigation exposed the Adamu Tafawa Balewa College of Education (COE) Kangere in Bauchi for failing to offer admissions despite selling forms to the applicants since 2022, the institution has released the first batch of successful applicants.

WikkiTimes earlier reported that the institution commenced screening of the applicants after the investigation.

In 2022, the College announced it would start offering degree programs in affiliation with Bayero University Kano (BUK). Over 1,000 prospective students applied for these undergraduate programmes. However, the applicants were left in a state of uncertainty as the programme did not commence as advertised.

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Following the WikkiTimes investigation, the College has now released admission and the full start of academic activities for the programme will kick off immediately.

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A successful applicant, Adamu Ibrahim, confirmed sighting his name to WikkiTimes.

“COE Kangere Undergraduate Degree Programmes in Affiliation with Bayero University Kano released the first batch of successful applicants who gained admission to study various courses in the school. Alhamdulillah we are among them. Thanks for your prayers and assistance. More prayers are needed please because a lot of work awaits us.” he texted WikkiTimes via WhatsApp.

A source within the Institution, who said was not authorised to speak to the press, told WikkiTimes that registration and academic activities would commence immediately.

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