A man whose identity has not been disclosed has been sentenced to three years imprisonment in Minna Niger state for cloning admission documents of the Federal University of Technology in the Niger state capital.
The Vice Chancellor of the university Professor Musbau Akanji who disclosed this while exchanging views with newsmen did not say which of the courts jailed the said convict.
Professor Akanji however explained that the man who had been in the act for ‘some time ‘ was discovered by the special security and anti corruption team of the university established to monitor the activities of lecturers and students on the campus.
He explained that the man was traced to Lagos which was the base of the convict by security operatives and he was subsequently brought to Minna where he faced trial and was convicted.
‘The man was arrested in Lagos he was brought back to Minna he has been tried and sentenced to 3 years imprisonment’.
Professor Akanji said the university was ‘120%’ behind President Muhammadu Buhari in his anti corruption crusade in the country as this was the only way sanity could be brought into government business.
Akanji who said corruption was not only about stealing of public funds said before the advent of the present administration it was difficult to do business in virtually all ministries and parastatals without giving out something saying ‘this is not the same now’ .
‘Anyone that has modicum of sense will support the anti corruption war it is the best for this country now’.

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