“Let The Public Find The Truth”, Dr. Flomo Responds To Fake Degrees Allegations
By Joseph Titus Yekeryan
Former Agriculture Minister Dr. Mogona Flomo, Jr. has challenged the public to find their own facts in order to establish whether or not their titles are false.
The former minister’s statement follows a post on social media by a Liberian lawyer in exile, Martin Kollie, who claims that Dr. Flomo’s three doctorates are false to the core.
Dr. Flomo told Radio Gbarnga that he cannot give credibility to Martin because he is not a man of integrity.
Martin recently posted on Facebook alleging that Dr. Martin’s Ph.D. Flomo obtained in 2016 from the IAU, PhD in Philosophy in Sustainable Development and Diplomacy from Euclid University and PhD in Philosophy in Educational Technology from Selinus University of Science and Conference are all. farce.
Martin said the top U.S.-based educational organization that ranks online universities for more than 24 years has released a report on fake universities. With this, he said that the AIU is among the universities considered as degree mail.
According to him, Euclid and Selinus universities are also false because they have not been recognized by the institutions in charge of accrediting universities.
These, among other things, were published by Martin with so many links that illustrate that all three universities are not accredited.
But still with these links there are people who believe that Martin is not telling the truth.
Some of them who are reacting to Martin’s publication have said that Liberia’s lawyer is creating his own ties to further inflate his alleged political struggle against the former Minister of Agriculture.
Martin has not only accused Dr. Flomo to have a fake doctorate. but also from Dr. Andrew Sackie Allakamenin who is the Vice President of Bong County Technical College.
Dr. Allakamenin has not officially commented on the allegations.
However, Dr. Flomo wants the public to investigate and discover the real truth about his degree instead of listening to Martin.
“What I have to tell you is that I do not follow those who do not know what they are doing, so the judgment is left to those who say they can read, to those who say they can follow the instruction; let them follow the links from everywhere to see if my titles are fake or not, “Flomo said.
When asked if he trusted his studies, Dr. Flomo did not respond but also asked the journalist to do more research to establish the facts.