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A Nigerian man who pleaded guilty yesterday to falsifying passport documents and entering Guyana illegally,Wholesale Jerseys China, told persons present at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court that he only came to Guyana in search of opportunities to become successful.The particulars of the charge which were read to 47-year-old David Duka by Magistrate Ann Mc Lennan, stated that on July 2,Wholesale NFL Jerseys, he arrived in Guyana by sea and disembarked without the consent of an immigration officer.It was further alleged that on August 15, at the Central Immigration Passport Office, for the purpose of procuring a passport,Jerseys NFL Cheap, he signed a document saying that he was John Clarke,Cheap NFL Jerseys, knowing same to be false.Court documents revealed that on the said date,Stitched NFL Jerseys, the defendant who is the owner of Nigerian Passport #A01440321, entered Guyana through Springlands and did not go to consult an immigration officer. He then took refuge at a guest house in Princes Street,Austin Hooper Falcons Jersey, Georgetown.The defendant then spoke with a contact who goes by the name “Joseph.” The contact informed him that he could assist him with getting a passport to stay in Guyana legally. “Joseph” allegedly gave the defendant a birth certificate with the name John Clarke attached to it and filled out an application for a passport on August 15.Duka went to the Immigration Office with the said passport application and birth certificate and signed his name as John Clarke. Suspicions grew among the immigration officers who attended to Duka and investigations were launched. The matter was later reported and he was arrested and charged for the said offence.Attorney at Law Paul Fung-A-Fat who represented the defendant, told the court that his client is the father of two dependent children and only came to Guyana in search of a better life. The lawyer then asked for his client to be a granted noncustodial penalty.Duka was subsequently fined $30,000 or an alternative 8 months imprisonment for the charge of illegal entry and $20,000 or 12 weeks imprisonment for the charge of falsifying passport documents.
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