- July 1, 2021
- Posted by: Austine
- Category: Academic Fraud
Campaigners for Academic Crimes Court (CACC)
Capitol Hill, Monrovia Liberia
June 21, 2021
Dr. Romelle Horton
Cuttington University (CU)
Suakoko, Bong County
Dear Dr. Horton:
In pursuit of academic integrity and excellence, CACC extends choicest compliments to you and your team at CU.
In September 2019, Representative Alex Grant of Grand Gedeh County was granted admission in your graduate program. Unfortunately, he dubiously used a fake degree from Ibadan University to have obtained admittance. Rep. Grant does not have any first degree. He lied under oath to have enrolled in CU Graduate School like he did at UL.
CACC recently EXPOSED a dossier of details pertinent to his fake credential, including a disclaimer from Ibadan University, which rendered Representative Grant as an “Academic Fraudster”. As a result of this, he has been EXPELLED by the University of Liberia after a thorough investigation was launched.
However, Cuttington University remains tight-lipped on this matter and the continuous silence of CU could have a downside bearing on its image or reputation. An Alumnus of CU said to us about a few days ago, “Representative Grant is not a student of CU” but we’ve since challenged his claim and chose to investigate further because we believe in fact-based findings.
Finally, CACC has dug out Rep. Grant’s admission records and he remains a legit student of CU to date. Please see attached. CACC is very concerned about this visible FRAUD at CU and we are calling on you, madam president, to promptly act. We embolden CU to adopt UL’s stance in this case.
With utmost sentiments of our best wishes, we remain hopeful of your timely intervention and arbitration.
Focal Person: Martin K. N. Kollie
Campaigner on Research and Reporting