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Police Nab Man Seeking Job With Fake Medical License In Bayelsa, Delta

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Operatives of the Nigeria Police Force in Bayelsa State has apprehended a man parading himself as a doctor with fake medical licenses.

Akpoviri Vincent Jimmy was reportedly arrested while going around with the fake licenses seeking jobs in Bayelsa and Delta states metropolis.

Speaking on his arrest, Bayelsa police spokesperson Asinim Buswat, said the suspect had claimed to be one Dr Charles Umeh, a serving medical doctor in Taraba state before he was nabbed by personnel. Naija News learnt that Jimmy who hails from Ethiope West local government area of Delta State was first exposed in Ughelli when he failed to know the correct terminologies a qualified medical doctor should know and use.

He had reportedly claimed to be working in a hospital in Bayelsa, prompting the hospital in Ughelli to probe him.

Buswat added that he will be charged to court upon the conclusion of investigations. Upon being questioned by newsmen, Jimmy revealed that he is a graduate of Psychology from Delta State University. He said he has some knowledge of medicine which was why he carried out such activities using the credentials of his friend, Dr Charles Umeh without his knowledge.

He further confessed that he got his knowledge of medicine while working as a P.A to the late Dr Ajoke in Sapele. He further disclosed that he has not worked as a medical doctor before and only started parading himself as one recently.

In another news, two Ugandan sex partners created a scene on Wednesday morning, June 16 after they got stuck into each other during sex.
Naija News learnt that the hilarious and at the same time awful incident happened in Gulu city, in the Northern Region of the country this morning. The two were glued to each other and their sex organs could not be separated after engaging in sexual intercourse.