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NBI seeks Ombudsman rap vs BON examiners

NBI seeks Ombudsman rap vs BON examiners

The National Bureau of Investigation has recommended the filing of charges against two Board of Nursing (BON) examiners for the June 2006 Nursing Licensure Examination (NLE) leakage, ANC reported Friday.
The NBI investigaing body passed the recommendation to the Office of the Ombudsman Thursday.

NBI said in its recommendation that BON examiners Anesia Dionisio and Virginia Madeja should be prosecuted for violating Republic Act 8981 (Professional Regulation Commission Modernization Act) and Republic Act 3019 (Anti-Graft and Corrupt Practices Act).

The NBI report said Dionisio's excuse that she lost the original copy of her test questions was unacceptable since she never reported the incident prior to inquiries set by both PRC and BON.
"The custody of the original manuscript was never relegated by Dionisio. It was noted that it was only during the investigation before the BON that Dionisio gave alibis of its loss," the NBI report said.

The bureau also rejected Madeja's claim that her manuscript could have been copied while she was photocopying test questions at a computer shop.

The NBI probe corroborated an earlier PRC investigation that found Dionisio and Madeja responsible for the NLE leakage.

The PRC investigation also pinned George Cordero, former president of the Philippine Nurses Association, based on witnesses' testimonies that he paid P7 million to get copies of the leaked questions.

Leaked questions were allegedly shown to examinees during the "final coaching" conducted by INRESS Review Center in SM Manila last June that was allegedly attended by Cordero. Cordero, who owns INRESS, denied the allegations.

Reports, meanwhile, said that despite clamor for a retake of the nursing exam, only three passers signed a waiver with PRC that they are willing to invalidate their passing grades and take the December exam.

PRC Chairwoman Leonor Tripon-Rosero said passers have until November to sign the waiver.

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