Taraba NYSC Hands Over 3 Prospective Corps Members With Fake Certificates To Police

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File photo: National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) members during a passing out parade at Black Gold Camp, Kaduna. Photo: BASHIR BELLO DOLLARS

By; DEKERA NICHOLAS, Kaduna

The National Youths Service Corps (NYSC) on Friday handed over three prospective corps members found with fake certificates to police and other security operatives in the camp for further investigation.

Mrs Florence Yaakugh, the Taraba Coordinator of NYSC, who handed over the prospective batch B corps members at the camp in Jalingo, said the verification officer  discovered them with fake documents.


Yaakugh named the perspective corps members as Nasiru Yau, who claimed to have studied Mass Communication, Shehu Murktar, Computer Science and Illiyasu Usman, sociology, all from Isfop University  of Kotonu, in Benin Republic.


“They came for registration and the verification officer discovered them with fake certificates and verification papers.


“If you will recall, the Director General of NYSC  Brig Gen Shauibu Ibrahim had recently expressed deep concern over the activities of fake corps members who cannot make a correct sentence in the English language.


“He directed us to check and fish out such persons and hand them over to the security operatives for further investigation and this is what we are just doing,” he explained.


She noted that their preliminary investigation revealed that the persons involved cannot write or say anything logical about their courses of study.


Yaakugh urged the security agents to do a thorough job so that the truth would come out and justice done to the affected persons.


According to her, there was another similar case involving a female corps member, also a foreign student but the verification officer was yet to conclude internal  investigation into  her case.


When New Nigerian sought the views of the prospective corps members, they claimed to have graduated from the institution but admitted to forging their verification papers.


Yau told New Nigerian that he gained admission through an agent and graduated but when he came to Nigeria for computer verification, they disqualified him that why he forged the verification paper to enable him go to the camp.


Murktar said he collected the verification paper from his friends and photocopied and filled in his information while Usman explained that he sent some people working at the computer centre  who obtained his verification paper for him, saying he thought it was not a fake one.

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