You can't always blame society for theft and corruption.A ot of this is breeded in the home you come from.The parents pay a large part in how a citizen turns out for society.What else can you say about this?
A 66-year-old retired federal civil servant, Fredrick Omorieve and his wife, Evelyn Omorieve, have been arrested by the police in Asaba, Delta State, after they were caught sitting for the West African Senior School Certificate Examination on behalf of two of their children.What kind of legacy are these parents leaving for their kids if they can so blatantly teach them fraudulent actions like this?
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Now tell me how these kids will not embezzle funds if they were placed in a public position with the responsibility of funds.Their parents will probably come over and teach them how to loot.
The 66 year old and wife who sat WAEC exams for their two children,were arrested by officers of the Delta State Police Command, who had been working on a tip-off over the Omorieves’ alleged involvement in examination malpractice.
They were sitting for the WAEC examination in one of the “miracle centres” operating in Edo State for
their two children, (a male and female) when they were arrested by plain-clothes policemen working on a tipoff.
After their arrest at the venue of the examination, PUNCH reports that police detectives reportedly took their statements under cautions and they were released on bail.
The couple was, however, rearrested by the police on Saturday around the Deeper Life Church Street, Anwai Road, Asaba. They were accused of jumping bail and are currently helping the police for further investigations.Hahahaha,priceless,they even jumped bail.But why won't they? These two have proved they are the original 419 husband and wife team,otherwise ,why would a 66 year old and his wife sit WAEC exams for their children?I still can't believe it.
Confirming their arrest, the Police Commissioner in the state, Alkali Baba Usman, said their case file was transferred from the Edo State Police Command to Delta after they were alleged to have jumped bail after being arrested for alleged examination malpractice.
Sources said the suspects had been under pressure to assist two of their six children sit for the WAEC examination last week Thursday at one of the “miracle centres” in Benin-City, where police detectives arrested them.
It was further gathered that the two children had sat for the sub-regional examination more than three times without passing despite series of lessons they attended before they were re-enrolled at the “miracle centre” in Benin. Hahahahahah this just gets funnier by the minute,so they had sat for the exams various times and not passed,so the next solution was for the 66 year old and his wife to sit for their children's WAEC examination? Wonderful!