Niger Delta University: Requirements for the Collection of Original Certificate

Are you a graduate of the Niger Delta University (NDU), Wilberforce Island, Bayelsa State? Are you done with your national service? If your answer to these two questions is "Yes", I will advise you go get your original certificate because delaying it will only cost you more when you want to get it.

When it comes to academics, the word "deflation" is very abstract as all you see and experience is "inflation." Yes, I am very serious. Last year, a colleague of mine, excluding other payments, paid the sum of ten thousand naira (N10,000) for the collection of his original certificate, but this year (early this month), I paid the sum of twelve thousand naira (N12,000) to get mine. Therefore, the earlier you get it, the better for you.

If you are ready, below are the requirements:

1. A handwritten or typed application letter for the collection of original certificate. The application letter should be directed to the Registrar through the Exams and Records Officer.

2. Original O' level certificate.

3. The sum of N1,500 for verification of your O' level certificate. If you used two 0'level results, you are to pay the sum of N3,000 for the verification exercise.

4. The N12,000 receipt for the collection of original certificate. This you are to pay at Diamond Bank (the one on campus). After payment, proceed to the Bursar's office to change your teller to the school's receipt.
5. The N3,000 Alumni receipt with the form attached to it. I am sure you made this payment before you were issued your statement of result. However, if you didn't, you need to visit the Students' Affairs office at new site to make this payment.

6. The N7,500 convocation receipt. All those who took part in the 4th convocation ceremony of the school should have this receipt. However, if you don't have it, you need to make payment for this.

7. Your statement of result.

8. Photocopy the aforementioned documents and proceed to the exams and records office for submission.

For clarifications, you can use the comment box.

Tamuno Reuben

Those who seek knowledge seek power because the pen is mightier than the sword.


  1. Poor school making life difficult for her graduate. When they were student,problems and unprecedented difficulties, after graduation,same thing. Why won't students run to Ghana, Benin Rep etc for certificates what will worth more value compared to same they're issuing. So sad.


  2. Your comment will be visible after approval, not only visible after approval, later we will be calling for freedom of expression in a truncated undemocratic federalism, Nigerian education system needs to rise again not only the government we don't have, then, the youth can make a better government.

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