AMEU to Expel ‘Criminals’ from Its System

first_imgAMEU President, Dr. Joseph T. Isaac: “Be it the students who bypassed our official registration center or the employees who assisted them in the act, we will deal with them without any pity.”The administration of the African Methodist Episcopal University (AMEU) has said it will either suspend or expel individuals found culpable of robbing the institution by tampering with its online students’ registration program.AMEU President, Dr. Joseph T. Isaac, told a news conference yesterday that an internal audit team has been mandated to properly investigate reports of alleged fraud committed by suspected students through the assistance of some instructors.Although Dr. Isaac did not name the employees allegedly linked to the fraud, he remains convinced that four of them (employees) have been identified and will be prosecuted. Those the court finds guilty will either be expelled or suspended depending on the gravity of their offense.“Be it the students who bypassed our official registration center or the employees who assisted them in the act, we will deal with them without any pity. We will ensure that they are prosecuted in keeping with the law,” Isaac angrily reacted.Due to the intensity of the scam, Dr. Isaac has with immediate effect invited the internal audit team to conclude its investigation and present findings to the administration in less than a month as of yesterday.“The illegal clients and their so-called benefactors who hacked into our system and transacted thereafter, will regret their action, because they are already confirmed suspects. Thank God that the technological system we are using was able to discover that something went wrong with our students’ registration process in recent semesters,” he said.Dr. Isaac said since his administration believes making the AMEU second to none, it will not tolerate any act that will bring it to public disrepute.In another development, Dr. Isaac said a fund raising program will be held on June 9 to raise US$150,000, while the Episcopal Church’s General Assembly in Atlanta, Georgia, USA is expected to also raise US$500,000.“The amounts,” he said “will be used to renovate some of the buildings.”Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Drew reports to camp

first_imgHe had surgery on the shoulder in September 2005. “Completely normal,” Drew said about the delay in finalizing the deal. “I was under a complete understanding that the deal was a done deal. They just wanted to get some wording in to protect them and I was fine with that. I went about my business as usual.” He said he got another opinion on his shoulder from doctors and it feels “great” now. “Everything feels wonderful. I’ve been throwing, hitting, doing all things I need to be doing to get ready to be here,” he said. Drew hit .283 with 20 homers and a career-high 100 RBIs in 146 games last season. He replaces Trot Nixon, who signed as a free agent with Cleveland after batting .278 in eight full seasons with Boston. FORT MYERS, Fla. – J.D. Drew has no complaints about Boston adding conditions to his contract to protect the team in case he re-injures his shoulder. The club’s new right fielder is confident the Red Sox have nothing to worry about. Drew showed up at spring training Wednesday with a five-year, $70 million deal saying he’s as healthy as he’s ever been in his career and he’s sure his right shoulder will hold up throughout the duration of his contract. “Absolutely,” Drew said. “I’ve been in a situation over the last three years where I’ve changed some things in the way I kind of manage myself off the field, and that’s really paid off.” Drew reached a preliminary agreement with Boston on Dec. 5 after opting out of the last three years of his five-year, $55 million contract with the Dodgers. On Jan. 26, the Red Sox finally announced the deal after language was inserted allowing them to get out of the guaranteed money for 2010 and 2011 if he re-injures his shoulder. center_img Fans are bound to compare the aggressive Nixon, who dove at fly balls, with the calmer Drew, who was criticized in a book for lacking passion by Tony La Russa, his manager for five seasons in St. Louis. Drew said he hasn’t read the book but would say hello if he saw La Russa. “You get kind of fed up,” Drew said about his image. “He’s entitled to his opinion and I’ve kind of heard things about \ here and there, but it’s something I can’t focus on.” Drew provides a solid No. 5 hitter to protect David Ortiz and Manny Ramirez, who hit third and fourth. Drew, a left-handed hitter, figures he’ll benefit from the high left-field wall at Fenway Park. Balls that were long outs at Dodger Stadium could be doubles in his new home park. “His grinding out of at-bats and his on-base percentage are excellent,” manager Terry Francona said. “His ability to drive in a lot of runs is, also. He could hit second and he’d be on base, but we want him to hit fifth and get on base and drive in runs. That’s part of the package of why he’s so special.” 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more