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Pastor arrested for operating a fake WAEC centre

According to Kemifilani, Some parents and secondary school students upon registration for the compulsory West African Examination Council in order to seek admission into a higher institution, have been victims of a fake WAEC centre, unveiled to belong to a Lagos based pastor

In what appears to be a high level of scam, a 48-year-old man suspected to be the operator of a fake West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) examination centre in Igbogbo area of Ikorodu has been apprehended by the police

 Upon investigation, the suspect revealed that after enrolling unsuspecting students for the exam, he would make them sit for fake examination where photocopies of fake WAEC questions papers and answer sheets are served. Police say he would then dispose of the scripts after the fake exam.

One cannot but wonder what drove a self-acclaimed cleric to such acts which involved derailing the future of innocent children for selfish gains

 The Commissioner of Police in the state, CP Edgal Imohimi, said the suspects were arrested on April 25, following a complaint by a senior member of staff of WAEC office, Ogba.

In his words;

“The complaint was that there exist a fake WAEC centre at El-Supreme Private School located at No. 3, Oseni Adekogbe Street, Igbogbo Ikorodu. .

Operatives of the Command attached to Area ‘G’ Ogba, were mobilised to the above address where one Pastor Adeniyi Joshua of El-Supreme Church was arrested.

WAEC question papers and answer sheets suspected to be forged were recovered from the suspect.”

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