Milton Margai College Sierra Leone Lecturer Wanted for Exam Malpractices

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Dr. Adikalie Sesay, a lecturer in the Physical Health Education Department

By Sumner Kungbap

The Principal of Milton Margai College of Education Science and Technology Dr. Philip John Kanu has revealed that Dr. Adikalie Sesay, a lecturer in the Physical Health Education Department of the college has been found guilty by the Examinations Malpractice Investigation Committee, and therefore wanted.

He disclosed in an interview with this medium at his Goderich campus on Tuesday 29th October 2019 that the accused has pleaded for forgiveness from the administration and appealed not to dismiss him. According to a notice served him, it states that the matter involving him will be handled appropriately according to the conditions of his services in the institution.

Dr. Adikalie Sesay has already been served a notice according to sources, and it said that there was sufficient evidence abound that he was warned in several letters about exams malpractices but he failed to stop.

The principal lamented that many people who are now under investigations had secured employment to the college with fake certificates. “There will be zero tolerance on fake results and perpetrators would soon be identified and dealt with before they would destroy the image of college and the country”, warned the tough talking principal.

The issue of changing grades came to light when some students protested about their colleagues who did not take examinations but had their references and other issues cleared awarded passing marks and grades on allegations that they were being aided by Dr. Adikalie Sesay.

In the exams fraud syndicate, Dr. Kanu accused Veronica Rogers who said she never attended the college and was in corroboration with Mr. Lamin Bawoh in helping her to carry her nefarious acts both at MMCET and Eco Bank.

The report of the Committee against Dr. Adikalie Sesay recommended that he should be dismissed, and the principal affirmed that the administration would not tolerate change of grades in favour of students.

Mr. Samuel Kargbo is the college’s Examinations Officer and he confirmed that few weeks ago he received complaints from employers to verify the certificates of five staff members including that of Ms. Veronica Rogers for false claims.

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