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Two Students Rusticated For Admission Fraud

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Two students have been rusticated for extorting money from unsuspecting applicants with promises of helping them to secure admission into the University of Cape Coast.

Richard Anane Appiah, a level 400 student with registration number AR/BAA/10/0057 and Leonard Armah, a level 300 student with registration number PS/MAT/11/0018 have been subsequently rusticated by the university’s disciplinary committee for the 2013/2014 academic year.

The full report signed by deputy registrar, Mr Jeff Teye Onyame reads;

The general university community is hereby informed that the following students were found by an investigation/disciplinary committee, to have extorted money from unsuspecting applicants with the view of helping them (applicants) to secure admission into the university this year. they have, in accordance with recommendations of the committee, been rusticated for the 2013/2014 academic year

.1.Richard Anane Appiah AR/BAA/10/0057

Bachelor of Arts.

2. Leonard Armah,

PS/MAT/11/0018,

Bachelor of Science(Mathematics),

signed by Jeff Teye Onyame,

Deputy Registrar(Academics)

 

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