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Ph.D. in Kuwait University with forged certificates

Ph.D. in Kuwait University with forged certificates Ph.D. in Kuwait University with forged certificates

Abu Dhabi, UAE (Egyptian News Vision) Kuwaiti police threw an academic doctor at the university, who worked with false certificates, obtained from an Egyptian expatriate, in return for money. She had worked for many years at the university without being discerned, and had earned a salary of $ 386,000.

It was confirmed that all the witness presented by the forged and not only one certificate, has confessed to it, and said that it was obtained by an Egyptian expatriate, in exchange for money.

She was placed in the Central Prison on charges of obtaining false certificates and practicing her academic work four years ago on the basis of these certificates.

According to Kuwaiti security, they received information about the doctoral falsification of bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees, and served as a faculty member.

The source revealed, according to the Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Qabas, that "was asked the doctor forged refund the amounts obtained during the period of her work to the treasury of the state, $ 386 thousand dollars, but confirmed that they do not have these amounts."

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