By Kingsley Nwezeh
The Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) has arraigned a retired Chief Superintendent of Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS), Mr. Imam Aminu, over alleged forgery of academic certificates.
The commission, in a four-count charge brought before Honourable Justice A.O. Abang of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) High Court 18 sitting in Gwagwalada, Abuja averred that the accused person had forged a national diploma certificate in public administration from the Kaduna State Polytechnic and a bachelor of science degree in management from the University of Calabar.
ICPC counsel, Mashkur Salisu Esq, informed the court of how the defendant had used the aforementioned forged certificates to enlist into NIS as well as advanced his career to the rank of a Chief Superintendent.
ICPC in a Charge No: CR/821/2021 told the court that the former immigration officer’s action was contrary to…
Source: Thisday Newspaper