Delta State Post Primary Education Board (PPEB) is currently entangled in alleged records of counterfeiting and other related acts.
Sources said that the recent verification exercise by the state government to look into the bloated workforce of the board discovered Litanyi's forgery of records by teachers and non-teaching staff, many of whom allegedly falsified records of their age and their academics.
But the Executive Chairman of the Board, Ms Christiana Etaluku, who spoke to DAILY POST in Asaba on Wednesday, said: "The Board has stumbled across a litany of falsifications of records, we will not tolerate such an act committed on the It was regrettable that the review exercise exposed the rottenness on the board. "
Further research revealed that academic and age-related issues within the faculty of the board included Counterfeits were booming, as many claimed to have achieved a master's degree (s) in various disciplines were found to have faked them, and had worked with them over the years.
Over Age Counterfeiting, Further Investigation Revealed That Many of Them Have Sworn to an Affidavit to Cover Their Age
Unfortunately, their real ages were discovered in some of the documents they had previously submitted to the Board, and were placed in their files.
A board member who did not want her name mentioned in the DAILY POST transcript: "We discovered a litany of falsification, age, academics, others among the teaching staff, they filed a sworn statement for the Age and they forgot the previous documents in their files, many of them are over 70 years old and do not want to retire at the exact age of 60 years. "
The cost of the affidavit, formerly N200 and N300 at Magistrate Courts' High Court costs more between N2,000 and N3,000.00 for these PPEB employees desperate to ensure their dossiers are duly substantiated with affidavits of age and lack of credentials.
Let's go on, Executive Chairman, Mrs Christiana Etaluku urged employees to work collectively and conscientiously to avoid anything that jeopardizes their careers, adding, "We as employees should avoid counterfeiting, do things, which increase the productivity of the board, and avoid dents that are unfair let your records be forged. "
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