So, I was browsing the Instagram page of Davido (an American-born Nigerian singer and billionaire). I saw where he shared a video about Adeleke University. I did some research and discovered that the school is owned by his father, Dr. Adedeji T. Adeleke (a business magnate, billionaire, and pro-vice-chancellor/president of the university). The school is legitimate. However, Dr. Adeleke's credentials are what caught my attention. https://adelekeuniversity.edu.ng/the-pro-chancellor/ "Between 1981 and 1983, he was enrolled for the doctoral degree at Pacific Columbia University, Mills Valley, California, where he bagged the PhD degree in International Business after successfully defending his thesis titled “Japan’s conflicting international trade behavior” in 1983." I believe they meant Pacific Columbia University, which was an unaccredited school in California. "It is worthy of note that Dr. Adeleke enrolled for a second doctoral degree in Business Administration (DBA) with the reputable University of Phoenix, Arizona in 2007. In 2010, he successfully defended his thesis titled “Electricity supply, efficiency and organizational growth and profitability in Lagos, Nigeria.”" I can understand legitimate or accredited, but reputable? I don't think the University of Phoenix is reputable. Heck, a lot of non-profit and public universities are not even reputable. I understand reputable to be "prestigious."