We are not recruiting – Aliko Dangote University


The Aliko Dangote University of Science and Technology, Wudil (ADUSTECH), recently found itself at the center of a social media storm when false reports about the university conducting staff recruitment interviews started circulating widely. In response to these claims, the university’s management swiftly issued a statement categorically denying the authenticity of the information.

Abdullahi Datti, the Deputy Registrar responsible for Media and Publications at ADUSTECH, emphasized the misinformation’s erroneous nature. He urged the public to dismiss these rumors and reassured everyone that the university was not in the process of recruiting new staff members.

In today’s digital age, misinformation can spread rapidly, often causing unnecessary confusion and concern among the public. Universities, as prominent institutions in society, frequently find themselves dealing with such false narratives. ADUSTECH’s prompt response serves not only as a clarification to the public but also as a reminder of the importance of verifying information from official sources.

The incident highlights the challenges faced by educational institutions in managing their reputation amidst the information overload on social media platforms. It also underscores the necessity of staying vigilant against fake news and relying on official communications channels for accurate updates. As ADUSTECH clarifies the situation, it stands as a reminder to the wider public about the need for discernment when engaging with information on social media.

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