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Lady burns her university certificate for not being able to get a job

Four years after receiving her business administration degree, Malawian Bridget Thapwile Soko burnt her certificate in front of the entire campus.

Bridget argues that her degree is now useless because she still doesn’t have a job four years after graduating from college.

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In a live TikTok video, the young woman sang and poked fun of everyone who turned down her job offers or even invited her for interviews.

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Bridget suggests in the video that even her marriage certificate is more valuable than her degree, therefore she sees no harm in burning it.

Watch the video below to know more…

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Meanwhile, her school, Exploits University has revoked her certificate in a letter that has since gone viral on social media.

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The letter reads;

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“We have learnt with disappointment that you recorded a video clip burning a degree that we awarded to you upon completion of your studies with Exploits University and posted on social media.

“It is our interpretation that you did this to disgrace and tarnish the image of the university.

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“The university is therefore revoking the degree of business administration awarded to you. Our decision will also be made public through the media.”

“Consequently, you are no longer a graduate of Exploits University and as such your degree certificate is invalidated with immediate effect.”

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