Another fake degree? UK’s college denies issuing degree to Reham Khan
After Axact fake degree scandal exposed by a foreign newspaper, another scandal has been created by a UK’s leading newspaper Dailymail, which has raised questions on the authenticity of Broadcast Journalism degree issued to Imran Khan’s wife Reham Khan by UK’s North Lindsay College. The college reportedly denied issuing any degree to Reham Khan.
The Dailymail’s reporter in his report revealed that when he disclosed in January that cricket legend Imran Khan had secretly married former BBC presenter Reham Khan, his ex-wife Jemima Goldsmith seemed less than thrilled and publicly thanked Pakistanis who contacted her to say she remained their favourite First Lady.
Questions were starting to be asked about the CV of TV journalist Reham, 42, who left Britain for Pakistan two years ago. Reham’s personal website states that she won her post as a reporter on the BBC regional show South Today after starting a postgraduate course ‘in Broadcast Journalism at North Lindsay [sic] College’, in Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire.