Balogun said that the attention of the Vice-Chancellor, Prof Abayomi Fasina, had been drawn to the admission notices and letters purportedly issued by FUOYE through online platforms on the portal to candidates who scored below 180.
He noted that the admission letters and notices on the various online platforms were fake and did not emanate from the university.
“Members of the public, especially candidates seeking admission into FUOYE should beware of admission racketeers offering fake admission notices and letters via hacked online platforms.
“We wish to state categorically that the only admission list officially released from FUOYE was those on merit list.
“Currently, there has not been any other admission official list from FUOYE, apart from the list of those on merit.
“Any list or lists in circulation, through any online platform whatsoever, which are being branded as supplementary admission list from FUOYE, is fake and did not emanate from FUOYE, and should, therefore, be regarded as scam,” the state said.
According to Balogun, the institution’s management is already compiling the supplementary admission list and will, in due time, release it. (NAN)