KUWAIT CITY, June 30: Security operatives nabbed four Sudanese expatriates who forged about 58 university degrees from their country to facilitate Kuwait visit visas for some of their compatriots. The officers received intelligence concerning heinous activities of the suspects and kept tab on them for proper monitoring to ascertain veracity of the information.
They reportedly issued forged certificates with the names of universities in Sudan, so that those they intended to assist would qualify for visa. They collected money from the beneficiaries for their service. All the four suspects have since been arrested and referred to the public prosecution. Investigation is ongoing to trace their accomplices.
By Munaif Nayef Arab Times Staff and Agencies