Ola's Driving School in Denver was shut down Tuesday by the Colorado Department of Revenue, according to the Denver Post, and all 1,108 people who tested at the school for a driver's license will have to take a new test.
7News reports that the owner was suspended for charges that he allegedly accepted cash payments from students in exchange for a 'passing' test. Many of those affected are African immigrants.
Colorado requires prospective drivers to pass both written and vision screening tests. As a third-party tester, Sikiru "Ola" Fadeyi, the owner, was certified to administer all exams and provide students with all documentation needed to receive a license at the DMV.
Ola's Driving School website promised potential students "Guaranteed success!"