3 Arrested For Forging Enugu Governor’s Signature To Get Jobs At ESUTH

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July 21, 2016 – 3 Forge Enugu Governor’s Signature To Secure Employment At ESUTH,  Enugu State University Teaching Hospital

Three desperate job seekers have been arrested for allegedly forging the signature of Governor Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi of Enugu state to secure employment at Enugu State University Teaching Hospital.

The suspects identified as Thomas Nwigwe, Gloria Onuoha & Roseline Onwuamaeze paid one Chijioke Nzewgwu (currently at large) a huge sum of money to produce a letter of recommendation bearing the signature of Governor Ugwuanyi.

The deal was successful as the suspects gained employment at ESUTH as Grade Level 7, Higher Executive Officer (HEO) on GL 8 as well as Chief Typist on CONTISS 8 step 13 respectively

They are currently in police net.

6 thoughts on “3 Arrested For Forging Enugu Governor’s Signature To Get Jobs At ESUTH

  1. Our lack of employment in the country is really driving many to do unthinkable things. Pleases governor tamper justice with mercy in there case. Please Understand the reason behind there action. Be lenient in dealing with them. Yes their illegal actions can attract maximum sentence but please,biko. Forgive them.

  2. Desperation as made people to do unspeakable things, at least dis ones are only looking for a means of livelihood, they didn’t commit robbery nor kill anybody.
    I am not condoning their act but d situation in dis country makes people to want to survive by all means, all I see here is a fight for survival.
    What av they done to our politicians committg forgery on a daily basis and at d same time stealing billions. if some of d looted funds had been used for d country I am sure by now the rate of unemployment will not be dis alarming.

    Forgive them with a light punishment, maybe by doing some community service, after then try and find jobs for them so that they don’t go and forge anyone’s signature again.

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