Tuesday , November 22 2022

SACKED RECTOR OF NTA TV COLLEGE JOS, IN DESPERATE BID TO INSTALL SUCCESSOR TO COVER HER FRAUD AND CONTINUE CORRUPT PRACTICES

Secret Reporters

In a bid to cover her dirty dealings in the NTA TV College, Jos, the sacked Rector, Halima Bewell is currently in a desperate move to install a successor in the Institution.

Halima bewell, we gathered, has brought one Dr.Taiwo Oladokun, who left NTA years ago, to become the substantive Rector of the TV college.

Haven facilitated the transfer of senior staff of the institution with Ph.Ds, who she felt could succeed her in case she was sacked, has now been bent on producing a successor through the back door, in connivance with the executive Director of training, Mr.Ndamisa at the NTA headquarters.

Dr.Taiwo Oladokun is said to have resigned in NTA about 10 years ago, but has been seen by Halima as the man who can play the dirty game of covering whatever fraud she had committed in the school.

In a petition sent to the Governor of Plateau State and the Speaker of the State House of Assembly,dated September 8, 2016, a copy which was exclusively obtained by Secret Reporters, the National Association of Plateau Students, have written against the transfer of five top management of the Institution, which was hurriedly done by Halima Bewell, to prevent any of them coming on board to expose her atrocities in the institution.

The petition alleged that, Halima Bewell became Rector through the back door, without the required qualifications, as it also alleged her Nationality to be of Senegalese.

Watch out for her amourous life in our next report and others.

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