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EXT-NG offers free online results verification services for schools

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DESIROUS of helping certifying bodies and institutions maintain their integrity and prestige by eliminating the chances of irregularities and frauds in their credentials, EXT-NG has introduced electronic systems that will help ensure reliable and trustworthy verification processes that will safeguard testimonials.

With the new Electronic Transfer Transcript for Nigeria, institutions and professional bodies like ICAN, COREN and LBS can now develop an online database of their current certificate holders for free and provide same to corporate organisations at a fee.

ETX-NG “CertVerify Partnership” provides organisations and institutions with a simple, free and almost immediate method to verify the certification status of their members by closing the loop between the programme, candidates and employers, with a centralized, standardized system for authentication.

Speaking to stakeholders during an enlightenment session on the benefits derivable from the ETX-NG offerings, the Managing Director, ETX-NG, Mr Hillary Obomighie stated that organisations and bodies could convert existing records to electronic format and create an online database of certificate holders and members at zero cost to the body.

EXT-NG, he further stated could help the organisations create an interface from their systems to the online database – such that access is fully managed by the certifying body. This ensures an additional income stream to the certifying body; since corporate organisations pay a fee when a verification search is required, this fee will be determined and shared.

Corporate organizations he added can perform the verification of the documents presented by the employees with ease, securely and quickly by visiting or sending an email to

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