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Nigeria’s Anti-graft Agency Arraigns University Of Calabar’s Top Official For Seeking Bribe From Ex-Student




The Impartial Corrupt Practices and Different Associated Offences’ Fee (ICPC) has arraigned an Assistant Registrar of the College of Calabar Publish-Graduate College, Mrs. Emem Akpan, for allegedly demanding a bribe from a former scholar of the college, Mrs Susan Eno-Abasi Genschow.

ICPC, in a two count-charge filed on the Excessive Courtroom of Cross River State, Calabar, additionally docked one Mr. Promise Osundu over his alleged conspiracy with Genschow in demanding for the bribe from the ex-post graduate scholar.

This was contained in an announcement signed by the spokesperson of the company, Mrs. Azuka Ogugua, obtained by SaharaReporters on Tuesday.

“The cost sheet filed earlier than Justice I. B. Itade of Excessive Courtroom 9, revealed that Mr. Osundu, who was a Mission Supervisor in Seamfix Nigeria Restricted for the College of Calabar Transcript Initiatives, conspired with the Assistant Registrar, Mrs. Emem Akpan, to defraud Mrs. Genschow of the sum of N110,500 in the midst of processing her transcript and certificates.

“They have been alleged to have dedicated the crime someday between 2019 and 2020, opposite to Part 26 (1) (c) of the Corrupt Practices and Different Associated Offences Act, 2000, and punishable underneath Part 8 (1) (b) (ii) of the identical Act.

“The accused individuals pleaded not responsible when the fees have been learn to them. Counsel to Mrs. Akpan, O. G. Onah, filed a bail software which was not opposed by ICPC Counsel, Kioba Anabrabra.

“Justice Itade, ruling on the bail software, granted them bail within the sum of N3 million every with one surety in like sum. The trial choose additionally dominated that the sureties should be public or civil servants working in Cross River State. The case was then adjourned to twenty first October, 2021 for trial,” the assertion learn.

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