Between Buhari's Anti-corruption War and Admissions Corruption in Nigeria

In Nigeria today, offering admission is not longer based of merit. It is simply a matter of "who you know" and "how much you have" and not "what you know".

Between Buhari's Anti-corruption War and Admissions Corruption in Nigeria
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