The United Kingdom’s (UK) Milton Keynes Trading Standards department has commenced investigations into the controversy surrounding a Nigerian national, Dr. Tina Beloveth Powerful, who runs a university from a city centre flat in North Third Street in CMK.
Dr. Beloveth Powerful, whose school is named Havard School UK, has also been sued by the American university of almost the same name.
A spokesman for Trading Standards confirmed that the Nigerian is under investigation but refused to give details. “As it is an ongoing investigation we cannot comment in detail about it,” he said.
Dr. Beloveth Powerful insists she has not done anything wrong, adding that she was on a “mission from God to help people study. I have six degrees myself, two of them from Nigeria where I came from, I transformed my life and God has given me power to transform others’.” she said in a report.
The Nigerian claimed she is not aware of the trading standards investigations into Havard.
The 46-year-old Nigerian also denied claims she caused academic confusion by calling her school Havard, explaining that the name ‘Havard’ was from her grandfather. My paternal grandfather’s first name was Havard. I chose to immortalize his name. I never thought about Harvard,” she said.