The Registrar of the Ghana Scholarship Secretariat, Kingsley Agyemang, has
Said, the era in which some unfaithful individuals in the country create scandals of corruption is over at the secretariat.
According to him, the strict measures been put in place by the government and the board of the scholarship secretariat will not permit anyone to go free in corruption act. He therefore cautioned persons who forge documents to show scholarships from the Scholarship Secretariat to desist from the act or risk facing the laws.
His statement comes in the wake of four Ghanaian students who were deported and banned for ten years by the United Kingdom over fake scholarship documents.
Investigation discovered that four Ghanaians, Andy Kwesi Enos (University of Reading), Esther Tieku (University of Kent), Priscilla Omari Konadu (University of East Anglia) and Gifty Appoh (University of Greenwich) had presented fake documents to their Universities leading to the school’s withdrawal of their tier 4 visas and deportation.
The four are currently in Ghana and assisting the security agencies with investigations.
Explaining the uncalled for issue with Nana Kwabena Ampra-Twum on Omanbapa, the Registrar, Mr. Kingsley warned anyone with the intention of faking scholarship to have a change of mindset else…………
He also added that unscrupulous persons who attempted to lure people in believing that they can help them acquire scholarships have been arrested and are with the BNI, CID and National Security.