MANCHESTER: A former Salford doctor has been refused in his bid to be restored to the medical register after being struck off back in 2014, a medical practitioners tribunal found.

Dr Dazimbi Manika, who qualified in Zimbabwe in 1990, was struck off after appearing before a fitness to practice Panel back in October 2014, the report said.

It was proven in the initial hearing in 2014 that Dr Manika had altered the wording of a letter sent to him from the UK Border Agency on March 5, 2009, granting him discretionary leave to remain in the UK until March 5, 2012 by replacing “2012” with “2014”.

“The UK Border Agency provided the GMC with a copy of its original letter confirming the date of March 5, 2012,” the tribunal report said.

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