Some University of Calabar Staff have reported forged the VC’s signature, collecting money from people for fake jobs.
Vice Chancellor of the University of Calabar, (UNICAL), Prof. Zana Akpagu, says they are investigating some staff who are allegedly involved in collecting money from unsuspecting members of the public and forging his signature to give them fake jobs in the institution, The Nation reports.
The VC, who said this during the inauguration of the students’ wing of the Independent Corrupt Practice and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) codenamed Students’ Anticorruption Vanguard (SAV), also disclosed that the University has identified some suspects involved in certificate and admission racketeering.
He said they are under investigation and would be dismissed if culpable.
Akpagu said his administration is committed to the anti-corruption war championed by President Muhammadu Buhari, as the University is the first in the country to introduce Anti-corruption as a course of study.
“We are here today as partners and not enemies of the ICPC. Our commitment to the anti-corruption war of the present administration is total and we have demonstrated this by becoming the first University in Nigeria to establish Anticorruption Study as a course. We may not have achieved our set goals yet but it is a right step at the right direction. In Nigeria, it may be new but we want to catch them young by teaching the younger generation the danger of corruption.
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