Fake doctor disowned by ex-employer
A fake doctor, Dammy Ojo, who was arrested after fleecing her victims of over N23m by posing as a gynecologist under the employ of University College Hospital, Ibadan, has been disowned by her former employer.
Ojo’s modus operandi was to defraud her victims mostly people with fertility issues by telling them she could help them out, and along the line talked them into admitting that she should help them spiritually.
Somewhere along the line, the fraudster(pictured), would tell her victims that she can help them to facilitate oil and gas business deals.
Ojo, who was recently paraded by Oyo State Police Command after her arrest, had told the police that she once worked as a gynecologist in a private hospital, Goodwill Child Welfare Clinic and Maternity Centre in Oyo.
Denying the fraudster’s claim on Saturday in a press conference, the proprietor of the hospital, Raheem Olaniyi said Ojo worked briefly in the hospital as ward maid.
His word: “In January 2013, one Miss Damilola Ojo was employed as a ward maid having presented to the management to have completed a nursing programme at the School of Nursing, Saki. Having regards to the document evidencing her representation, the management of the health institution could not doubt the integrity of the Nursing School.
“Our health institution was duly registered with the Ministry of Health and bears the name Goodwill Child Welfare Clinic and Maternity Centre and not Goodswills Hospital, as claimed by the criminal suspect.”
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