A MUST READ; Sahara Reporters Opens Up Another Certificate Forgery Altercation With Another Senator, Dr. Andy Uba

Barely a day after the Nigerian upper legislative chamber {aka senate} cleared one of its own of any wrongdoing over the allegation of certificate forgery leveled against him by the publisher of online news media, Sahara Reporters, the self-acclaimed third eye of the Nigerian society has yet again taken a mickey off one of the most questionable characters in the Nigerian legislative chambers, Dr. And Ubah.

In this case, Sahara Reporters twitted, ''Flash; @NGRSenate of Fakes! Senator Emmanuel Nnamdi  ''Andy Uba obtained his ''Ph.D.'' from a degree vendor. ''Buxton University'' in 1996.'' 

You can find the tweet here below. And then we decided to make a few checks to ascertain the truth about the said Buxton Uni and here is what we found;

'The institution did not hold a Royal Charter, which is required for an institution in the United Kingdom to call itself a "university", per the Further and Higher Education Act 1992. However, the institution does not advertise itself as a university in the UK and uses a commercial (instead of academic) internet domain name - buxtonuniversity.co.uk. The domain, however, is registered to a "Camford Institute Subang Jaya" in Singapore.

Buxton claimed accreditation by the World Online Education Accrediting Commission, as well as the Board of Online Universities Accreditation (BOUA), but neither agency is recognized as a higher education accreditor by the United States Department of Education or the Council on Higher Education Accreditation.
Buxton University is on the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board list of "Institutions Whose Degrees are Illegal to Use in Texas."

On November 29, 2006, the web version of NBC 4 in Columbus, Ohio, posted a transcript of a Target 4 Investigates program in which Kyle Anderson stated that "Five days after placing that order, I received this in the mail - global priority mail from Portugal. Inside, two signed and sealed diplomas from Buxton University in London, England. So for a few hundred bucks, I've got a Ph.D. in counseling, a master's of divinity in religion, some pretty official-looking letters from Buxton University, and their prospectus, which looks like it's printed on an ink-jet printer."

As of 2011 Buxton University has no web presence and appears to have ceased trading. According to the Higher Education Degree Datacheck website, Buxton University is not a valid UK degree awarding body.
With wikipedia.org.

So let another scrutiny by the Nigerian senate begin. The upper chamber must be purged of certificate forger-money bags.