- A man who defrauded C. K. Tedam University has been declared wanted by the Economic and Organised Crime Office
- The man, Michael Adusei Boadu, has been accused of forging his university certificates and collecting unearned salaries
- Michael Adusei Boadu was sacked from the C. K. Tedam University in May 2023 and asked for refund his salary
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The Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO) is chasing a former Senior Assistant Registrar of C. K. Tedam University of Technology and Applied Sciences in Navrongo.
EOCO is chasing the suspect, Michael Adusei Boadu, because of fraud claims against him.
In May 2023, Boadu was sacked by the University as a Senior Assistant Registrar for presenting fake certificates.
He was also ordered to refund the monies paid to him as salary and allowances for the one year he worked with the University.
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The university's decision was in a termination letter addressed to Dr. Boadu dated January 9, 2023.
Boadu owes the university GHS 231,182,64.00 in salaries collected fraudulently.
He has been given the option to present a payment plan.
Fake lawyer in Western Togoland case
YEN.com.gh previously reported that Dennis Seyram Benson, the purported lawyer for Western Togoland secession suspects, was arrested by the police after it was found that he was a fake lawyer. Benson was charged in court on Thursday, December 17, 2020.
He had been representing the suspects for over a year before his arrest.
Bono East police nab fake lawyer
In an earlier report by YEN.com.gh, the Techiman Police Command in the Bono East Region arrested a 34-year-old Iddrisu Yahaya, who paraded himself as a lawyer.
The accused person, a resident of Tema, was arrested at the Techiman Circuit when he appeared in court as counsel for some accused persons.
Police said he was not doing things correctly as a well-trained lawyer would during the trial.
Fake lawyer caught during cross-examination
YEN.com.gh also reported that a Nigerian man parading as a lawyer was busted in Port Harcourt, Rivers State capital.
The man, identified as Stanley Ejirogene, was caught during cross-examination after failing to come clean on the university he studied and his law school.
Stanley had been practising for over ten years before he was caught.
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