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Saturday, April 4, 2009

FORMER STUDENTS LOSES WORLD BANK JOB DUE TO "DALC" PAPERS

From:                              Leonidas[LAchidi@]

Sent:                               Friday, July 25, 2008 11:03 AM

To:                                   oborah@dalcafrica.com

Subject:                          request for assistance

 



 Dear Doc Obora.

I hope all is well. On the 07/08/2008 The director of my office , sent an Email to President@iiuedu.ie requesting to have more info on IIU because I have been interviewed for a certain position I'm a consultant for but so far no answer from IIU. I was told yesterday that if they don't get a reply by end of the month, I'll be stopped from work from next month.

 I kindly request you to IIU a call or send them an email to IIU, asking them to reply other wise, I'll loose my job.

 Please assist

 Thanks

 Bonel

 



----- Forwarded by Leonidas Achidi/FO/IFC on 07/25/2008 09:13 AM -----

Jean Philippe Prosper/HQ/IFC

07/08/2008 02:34 PM

To

President@iiuedu.ie

cc


Subject

Information about the Irish International UniversityLink

 







Dear Madam / Sir,

I would like to have more information about the Irish International University. Recently, we have interviewed a candidate who has a Bachelor of Science in Computing from the Irish International University, European Union.

We are trying to find the Accreditation of the Irish International University. Could you please confirm whether the Irish International University, with a European Office in Dublin, Ireland, is accredited in Ireland. Otherwise, please can you confirm where and by which University it is accredited.

We have also noticed that the same candidate has a related Advanced Diploma in Computing from the Cambridge Association of Managers validated by the Quality Assurance Commission (QAC-UK). However, this does not seem to be a body of the UK Ministry / Department of Education. Please can you confirm?

We would be grateful if you can answer as soon as possible as we need to make a decision on the candidate.

Sincerely,

____________________________________________________________________________________________
Jean Philippe
Prosper
Director Eastern & Southern Africa
IFC Sub-Sahara Africa Department
Commercial Bank of Africa (CBA) Building, Mara/Ragati Road
P.O. Box 30577-00100 Nairobi, Kenya
Tel: +254 20 2759000 Fax: +254 20 2759210
Email:
jprosper@ifc.org Web: www.ifc.org

IFC is a member of the World Bank Group




6 comments:

  • Feel sorry for the guy,i feel sorry for all guys in dalc searchng for recognised papers.

    April 4, 2009 at 1:08 PM

  • If you seriously want information about IIU why dont you write official letter to prof Obora instead of using this blog.I doubt your sincerelity.Is one of the bloggers tring to disguise himself.We are also clever you former DALC employees who are writting on this blog.Give the company name and all the details if you are truthful.

    April 21, 2009 at 2:15 PM

  • Sawa sand../whoever you are.si you tell us more about iiu since u know much instead of directing us to oborah.oh i forgot,he is the only one who knows about it.you are not helping.sandr....you are justifying that oborah is the only one with the answers.what a school.

    April 21, 2009 at 2:24 PM

  • The dalc student above does not make sense. The grammar is awful and he can't even spell. I guess he is a D- fellow whom Oborah took in because he had a special talent. Clearly the communication skills taught at DALC are not good enough. Hillarious that a student at the prestigious CAM would write...."We are also clever you former DALC employees who are writting on this blog". Hopeless!!

    April 21, 2009 at 5:27 PM

  • oborah will definitely kick your ass much harder than he did when he made it clear that he doesn't condone nonesense you useless former employees of dalc.you can't beat oborah.

    April 23, 2009 at 4:00 PM

  • The truth is out there, people are begining to realise what a mirage DALC is. Like Goldenberg, theres no GOLD. Just fancy sounding non-existent associations of managers.

    April 23, 2009 at 6:42 PM

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