Professor Mayunga Nkunya is quoted in todays papers as stating that it is against the law for anyone to question the validity of other peoples' degrees. I hope that he has been misquoted, for it would indeed be very sad if he were to espouse such a position. It is not illegal to question the validity of anything. We even question the validity of the existence of God. It is my understanding that Nkunya and his TUC are to work professionally to accredit colleges and ascertain qualifications. That does not include trying to say that they are the only people who are allowed to have an opinion about university qualifications. I have read Msemakwelis booklet. It stems from his concerns that fraudulent behaviour has mushroomed everywhere in our nation. The government cannot be trusted to flush all of it out. Courageous men and women like Msemakweli have to step out and name names. If Nkunya is spoiling for a fight then he ought to take Msemakweli to court. He will only manage to embarrass himself. If the TUC consists of people who think like this, then should we really take them seriously?