End Of The Road For Senior Government Official Who Used Bogus Certificates To Get Employment
By Bowlingforsoup | self meida writer
Published 20 days ago - 14044 views
Irene Chesang an employee of Rural Electrification and renewable energy corporation popularly known as REREC is one woman in great trouble after she was exposed for doing a disgraceful act.
The lady who is a human resource manager at the said firm is facing a dozen charges related to forgery including forging her academic transcripts from USIU from the year 1997 to 2000.
Irene is alleged to have forged her degree certificate from USIU where she faked that she had graduated with Bachelor of Science degree in the year 2000 in the month of June.
Chesang is also believed to have forged her secondary academic certificates where she forged a bogus B- grade from Solian girls found in Baringo county .The accused found herself in trouble when in the 2018 around January she produced the bogus documentations seeking promotion to the level of Principal Human resource officer at the said corporation.
The accused will face lengthy jail terms if found guilty. What do you think should be done to avoid such incidences?
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