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Currently Nigeria has been certified to have contained Ebola Virus Disease but from the traveling documents at airports world over, and now to admission, it seems nations of the world even the United States with a second reported case of the epidemic now turns down admission to students from west African countries.
Document [Pictured] shows that a Nigerian was turned down an admission opportunity at the Navarro College and reasons given that the said candidate is from an Ebola nation.
Citizen reporter, Idris Ayodeji Bello ?@idrisayobello wrote “Even though #Nigeria has no current case of #Ebola, a US College is denying admission to Nigerians on that basis.”
The institution also clearly wrote to refund the housing deposit and asked the denied student looks for fulfillment studying at another college.
Navarro College is a two-year public institution consisting of a main campus located in Corsicana, with branches in Mexia, Midlothian, and Waxahachie, Texas. The college currently features annual student enrollment of more than nine thousand students.
The Corsicana campus has strong ties with Texas A&M University–Commerce which has branches at the Navarro College main campus in Corsicana and the Midlothian campus.
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