A native doctor identified as Fidelis Chukwujindu has been apprehended by the po

6 years ago by: kingsley
(m) at 8-09-2013 05:21PM (6 years ago)

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A native doctor identified as Fidelis Chukwujindu has been apprehended by the police for luring over 5e000 students, extorting money from them and conducting fake entrance examination for the unsuspecting victims.

Chukwujindu, was nabbed at the premises of his non-existent College Hospital which has the sign post "University College Hospital Ogboko, Ideato, P.O.Box 1960, Orlu, Imo State. Also written on the signpost, which was conspicuously mounted by the roadside, is, "Present Courses: B.Sc, Nursing, Health Sciences, Education Humanities, Medical LAB Sciences. Admissions Are Still Going On. Govt. Approved. Call: 08064082750."

The operator of the illegal college attracted students by printing flyers which he distributes to churches across the country, as most of the students claimed they came to know about the school through their pastors.

Chukwujindu claimed to have the permission of the State Government and Federal Ministry of education to run his non-existent college hospital. He also claimed to be a product of the prestigious Harvard University, America. "I won a Federal Government scholarship to study abroad, but was incapacitated by an accident which disfigured one of my legs and I was flown back to Nigeria where I later decided to set up the college," he said.

Assisting the suspect, who claimed to be the vice -chancellor of the university college hospital, was a middle aged woman later identified as Ngozi Ayoha. The woman, who initially said she was deaf and dumb, caused a stir when it was found that she was the Dean of Faculty of Medicine of the illegal college.


udenzeu (m) at 8-09-2013 06:01PM
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Wonder college.........desperados
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Lateef67 (m) at 8-09-2013 06:33PM
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Ok atigbo
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chicco77 (f) at 8-09-2013 07:16PM
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hmm wonderfull Grin Grin
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jar84 (f) at 2-01-2014 02:35AM
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 Huh?
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