Thursday , March 30 2023


Secret Reporters

After weeks of investigative reporting on the activities of Halima Bewell, the erstwhile Rector of NTA TV College Jos, has been sacked.

Recollect that, the sacked Rector who we reported, had no requisite qualification to become Rector of the institution was imposed on the school by her sister, Mariam Bewell, who was then a Director in NTA.
Not done with her certificate scandal, she had in connivance with the management of the institution issued students fake admission letters, which they could not be mobilized for National Youth Service Corps (NYSC).

The sacked Rector, had also increased students school fees, as well as accommodation, thereby making life unbearable for the students, with nothing to show for the increment, which went into their private pockets.

The Rector, who ought to handover to a PhD holder, Dr.Phoebe Rishanti, who is the Head of Department, Production, had influenced the transfer of Dr.Phoebe to enable her handover to one of her cronies, Mr. Titus Mazuinhi, who is an HND holder, and do not qualify for the position of a Rector.

Secret Reporters have reliably gathered that, in the stealing days of Halima Bewell in the Institution, her loyalist, Mr. Damisa, who is a Director in NTA, upon which Halima was sharing the proceeds of her loot with, made an internal arrangement with the sacked Rector, that seven staff of the TV College who spoke against her embezzlement when a meeting of staff was held, be transferred to other states. Among them are, Dr. Rishanti, Mr.Justine, Mr.Dimka, Mr.Yohanna, transferred to Kaduna, Lafia, Gusau and Yobe.

Findings reveal that, the NTA Director General is not aware of these transfers.

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