Nigerian Institute of Journalism (NIJ) Scam Alert! Beware of Admission Fraudsters

Nigerian Institute of Journalism (NIJ) important notice to admission seekers to beware of admission racketeers and fraudsters.

Nigerian Institute of Journalism (NIJ) Scam Alert

The attention of the Management of the Nigerian Institute of Journalism, has been drawn to the activities of a quartet offering admission into the Nigerian Institute of Journalism under false pretense.

Members of the quartet claim to be :

  • Dr Mord Martins
  • Dr (Mrs) Mabel
  • Dr Phillips
  • Dr Oduwole M. Oluwatosin

These unscrupulous elements have been sending admission forms to gullible admission seekers from an e-mail address: after they (admission seekers) might have parted with various sums of money paid into bank accounts.

For the avoidance of doubt, the Nigerian Institute of Journalism does not have admission agents and does not intend to appoint any.

For information on admission into the Nigerian Institute of Journalism, please visit: www. OR and fill your form online whenever it is out.

The reader is advised to be on the lookout for these scammers under any pseudo names they might wish to operate and report to the nearest police station for appropriate action.

Dotun Adenijo
Registrar, NIJ

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