The Anambra State Police Command on Wednesday paraded a 75-year-old retired teacher, Onuzuluike Ude, for allegedly forging certificates.
Also paraded with him was 54-year-old Evelyn Nwoke, a business centre operator, who was said to be his accomplice
They were accused of forging certificates of some tertiary institutions, National Youth Service Corps discharge and exemption certificates and printing fake Nigerian currency.
The police alleged that the duo had been doing the business together for a long time.
The police said the fake certificates recovered from them included those of theUniversity of Nigeria, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, the Federal Polytechnic, Oko, College of Education, Umunze, as well as NYSC discharge and exemption certificates.
Nwoke said she was not aware that the documents were forged, admitting, however, that the man used to bring documents for her to change some of the contents.
Also paraded was one Ikechukwu Nze from Isuochi, Abia State for allegedly printing fake N1,000 and N500 notes and making purchases with them, while one Maduabuchi Chinedu from Achina in the Aguata Local Government Area of Anambra State was arrested for robbing a man of his valuables with a knife.
The state Commissioner of Police, Mr. Hosea Karma, expressed surprise that a retired teacher could be involved in certificate forgery and wondered what he was teaching students when he was in service.
He added that the suspects would be charged to court after the completion of investigations.