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NELFUND alerts students on fraudulent website

The Nigerian Education Loan Fund (NELFUND) management has alerted Nigerian students to be aware of a fraudulent website www.fedstudyloan-gov.ng. The Media and Public Relations Lead…

The Nigerian Education Loan Fund (NELFUND) management has alerted Nigerian students to be aware of a fraudulent website www.fedstudyloan-gov.ng.

The Media and Public Relations Lead at NELFUND, Nasir Ayitogo, in a statement on, Friday, said fraudsters operating the website www.fedstudyloan-gov.ng have advertised an application for the highly anticipated student loan programme of the Federal Government.

He noted that the Fund became aware of the fraudulent advertisement in a national newspaper.

“NELFUND wishes to clarify that it has no association with this website and strongly condemns any attempts to deceive students seeking financial aid,” he said

He said NELFUND takes the security and well-being of their students very seriously and is committed to providing accurate information and resources for financing their education.

He however urged all students to exercise caution and verify the legitimacy of any website or service claiming to represent their organisation.

“Our official channel for student loan applications, which will be open to the public in due course, is www.nelf.gov.ng. In the meantime, we encourage anyone affected by this scam to report it immediately to the relevant authorities,” he said.

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