Seven Revelations About Tinubu’s Chicago University Certificate, According to Atiku’s Lawyer.
In a recent world press conference, Atiku Abubakar, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate in the 2023 general election, revealed startling allegations about President Bola Tinubu’s Chicago State University (CSU) certificate.
These revelations come in the midst of Atiku’s legal battle challenging Tinubu’s election victory. Here are the summarized allegations made by Atiku’s lawyer, Kalu Kalu against Tinubu’s Chicago University Certificate, during his interaction with journalists:
- Forgery of CSU Certificate: Atiku’s lawyer asserted that President Tinubu submitted a forged CSU certificate to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC). This accusation challenges the authenticity of the educational qualification presented by Tinubu.
- Gender Discrepancy: According to the Southwest College Certificate used for Tinubu’s CSU application, it bears the gender ‘Female.’ This discrepancy raises questions about the accuracy of the documents submitted.
- False Graduation Date: Tinubu’s CSU admission form indicates that he attended Government College and graduated in 1970. However, this claim contradicts the fact that the school was established in 1974, creating doubts about the accuracy of the stated graduation year.
- Ownership of Documents: The documents used for Tinubu’s CSU application appear to belong to a black American female. This raises further questions about the authenticity of the submitted materials.
- Denial of Dual Citizenship: On his INEC form, Tinubu denied having dual citizenship, which conflicts with the details presented in the CSU admission letter. This inconsistency suggests that the admission letter may not belong to him.
- Name Discrepancy: The documents indicate that the initial ‘A’ in Bola A Tinubu is ‘Ahmed,’ but on the NYSC certificate he submitted, it is listed as ‘Adekunle.’ This inconsistency in his name adds complexity to the situation.
- Supreme Court’s Authority: Atiku’s lawyer emphasized that the Supreme Court can accept new evidence if specific requirements are met. He argued that Atiku has met all these requirements, suggesting that the court should consider the evidence presented.
These revelations add further complexity to the ongoing legal battle over the 2023 presidential election. As the case progresses, it remains to be seen how these allegations will impact the outcome and public perception of the matter.