This is the latest trending news in the Education sector, a 43 years old and 35 years old Students of Lagos State University, has been arraigned before the Court of Law over Examination Malpractice. This is an Open warning to all the Candidates/Students who are religiously practicing Examination Malpractice that this same fate await you if you do not make a U-turn and embrace No-Examination Malpractice group. Read the full story below.
A 43-year-old LASU student and David Onuche, 35 years, were on Tuesday, 20th August, 2013 arraigned before an Ikeja Magistrate’s court over alleged examination malpractice.
The Names of the suspects students of Lagos State University arraigned before Ikeja Magistrate’s High Court are Bruno Aire Ehidiamen, 43 and David Onuche, 35.
The defendants who were docked before Magistrate Eniola Fabamwo, are facing a four-count charge of conspiracy, examination malpractice, forgery and impersonation.
Examination malpractice is punishable with 10 years imprisonment under the criminal law.
The police prosecutor, ASP Police Barth Nwaokoye, told the court that the defendants committed the alleged offence on August 15, 2013 at about 4 pm at Agidingbi area of Ikeja, in Lagos.
He said the defendants conspired together to cheat and engage in examination malpractice.
Nwaokoye said with intent to cheat at the examination, the defendants forged Lagos State University, LASU, examination docket.
He also said that Onuche unlawfully assisted one Ehidiamen to write the LASU final year Faculty of Law examination.
The prosecutor claimed that Onuche impersonated by falsely representing himself as Bruno Aire Ehidiamen to write the examination.
According to the prosecutor, the offense committed is contrary to section 409 and punishable under section 378 (2) of the criminal laws of Lagos state of Nigeria 2011. However, when the charges were read to the defendants, they pleaded not guilty.
Magistrate Fabamwo granted the defendants bail in the sum of N200,000 each with two surties in like sum and adjourned the case to October 16, 2013.
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