- Ex-governor Rotimi Amaechi has secured his law degree from a private university in Abuja, Nigeria's capital city
- Amaechi joined thousands of students who graduated from Baze University to participate in the institution's convocation ceremony
- The former transport minister shared photographs from his convocation on Saturday, November 19
A former minister of transportation Rotimi Amaechi has bagged a law degree from Baze University in Abuja.
Amaechi who also aspired to contest for the 2023 presidential election under the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) had his convocation on Saturday, November 19.
The former minister dressed in his full graduation attire also shared photos from his convocation on his personal page.
Baze University is a private tertiary institution, established in 2011, by the vice presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Yusuf Baba Datti-Ahmed.
The institution located in Abuja, Nigeria's capital city has seen many top citizens, especially politicians pass through it.
Some of these politicians include two former Senators from Kogi and Anambra states, Dino Melaye and Ifeanyi Ubah.
Another public figure who graduated from the institution includes a former minister of aviation, Osita Chidoka.
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The controversial and flamboyant ex-lawmaker bagged a degree in law from Baze University Abuja.
The pictures from the ceremony were shared on Facebook and Nigerians soon flooded the comment section of the post to congratulate Melaye.
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Dino Melaye blasts Ndume over certificate scandal
onebeat.com.ng recalls that in 2017, Senator Melaye lashed out at Senator Ali Ndume for asking the Senate to investigate allegations that he did not graduate from Ahmadu Bello University (ABU).
Melaye was at the time involved in a scandal after reports from Sahara Reporters indicated that although he attended ABU, he did not graduate.
Ndume had at the plenary on Tuesday, March 20, 2017, raised a point of order asking the Senate to investigate the allegation.