• Two staff of Tansian University, in Anambra State, has been arrested by the Police for their alleged involvement in the issuance of fake admission letters to candidates seeking admission into the institution.

    The bubble burst on the suspects, 52-years-old Joseph Tsetim and 33-year-old Austine Ortiv, when the authorities of the university discovered that the letters used by some of the students to secure admission into the institution were fake. The university also found out that some students who transferred to the university used fake transcripts of other universities.

    This prompted the university to set up a panel to investigate the issue of fake admissions and fake transcripts, and they were exposed in the process and consequently sacked. The panel heard that some of the students allegedly paid as much as N250,000 to the duo of Tsetim and Ortiv.

    Several of the students affected by the fake admission/transcript scandal who had reached the final year were also punished by way of being compelled to go back to 300-Level.

    Some parents of the demoted students, who had political connections and access to the Presidency wrote petitions that their children who were already in year four were asked to go back to 300-Level.

    Their petition was forwarded to the Anambra State Police Command for investigation. This prompted the Commissioner of Police, Hassan Karma to detail the Commander of SARS, Supol James Nwafor (CSP) to go after some of the remaining indicted lecturers.

    The Police commissioner said that the arrested duo are now assured of a day in court to answer charges for their alleged crime, after the conclusion of investigation.

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