The latest story hitting our desk is that a 58year old mother, Mrs Fausat Ajibola has been arrested by the Nigerian Police for alleged forgery of Neco Exam certificate.
Mrs Fausat Ajibola, was brought before the Oshodi Magistrates court on Thursday, on two-count charge of conspiracy and forgery.
According to the prosecutor, Cpl. Kehinde Olatunde: i quote.
“She obtained the fake certificate in 2008 on behalf of her daughter, who needed the original certificate urgently as one of the requirements to further her education abroad.
“The accused went to her daughter’’s school to collect the certificate but it was not ready, so she had to go for the fake certificate at ‘Oluwole’in Lagos Island and sent it to her daughter,”
He further alleged that on the 11th of October, the daughter of the accused when to NECO office at No 20, Coker Road, Ilupeju, Lagos, seeking to correct some mistakes on the said certificate.
Evidently, the daughter was unaware that her certificate was faked.
Olatunde told the court that the forgery was discovered by a NECO member of staff which led to the daughter being interrogated and the accused was then apprehended.
Fausat Ajibola, a resident of No 37, Obasola Ajijola St., Ijesha-tedo, Lagos, pleaded not guilty to the charges brought against her. She was finally granted bail in the sum of NGN150,000. (One hundred and fifty thousand naira only)
The case was adjourned till November 22nd.
For the candidates who are thinking of Engaging in creating Fake results and Admissions, Beware!!!!! No matter how long it might take, the law would surely catch up with You!!!
This goes to both the parents, don’t support your kids when they plan to game the system.
Rather, encourage them to read and do what is right for them.
Remember, no one can sell you fake O’level results. Unless you want to spend your time inside kiriki prison.