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TETFund Raises Alarm Over Fake Approvals Issued To Institutions

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The Tertiary Education Trust Fund has raised the alarm over fake Approvals-in-Principle (AIP) quoting outrageous sums as allocations to some institutions that are not even beneficiaries of the Fund.

Acting Director, Public Affairs, Abdulmumin Oniyangi, TETFUND, in a statement, Wednesday said this had been mainly concentrated in and around Jos, Plateau State.

He said the fraudulent methods currently being adopted by unknown individuals or groups included the issuance of Approval-in-Principle to unsuspecting institutions using the letterhead of the Fund and handing same to members of the public in exchange for gratification.

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