Monday, January 25, 2010

Wikki Foils Forged Player’s Invite Letter

Premier League side, Wikki Tourist, has moved to nip in the bud a move of forgery within its ranks after a player named as Thomas Fammoh Togba surfaced at the club with an invitation letter for a month trials, understands.
But the officials of the club expressed surprise at the invitation letter, which had the date of October 12, 2009 on it.
Chairman of the club, Patrick Pascal, was taken aback after he was handed the letter with his predecessor, Auwalu Babajada, still recognized as chairman when he had taken charge of office on the said date.
The letter was allegedly signed by the club’s former secretary, Paul Gambar, who had also been replaced by Abdullahi Ibrahim. Pascal told that an inquest would be carried out on the matter to fish out those behind the nefarious act.
“This is an embarrassment to the club as a whole. We haven’t sent out an invitation letter to anyone for trials. Everything about the letter points to forgery and we will carry out our investigation to the very end to find those behind this,” he said.
He also advised young players to be careful of fraudsters, who use clubs to trick people out of their money.

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