Former aide to former President Goodluck Jonathan and activist Pastor, Reno Omokri over the weekend took on APC presidential flag bearer, Ahmed Tinubu demanding he shows his certificate.
Emilokan, where are your certificates? The only reason Tinubu now claims that he did not attend any primary or secondary school is that if he comes clean about his early education, it will expose other lies he has told Nigerians about his true age and name.
Tinubu, what is your real name and age?
How could Tinubu have been accepted to a university without prerequisite certificates? Tell us the names of your primary and secondary schools so we can track your classmates.
Are Nigerians going to vote for a man who did not exist until he miraculously jumped primary and secondary school and went straight to university? A ghost? Bola Tinubu show us your certificates!
Bola Tinubu, the presidential candidate of the ruling All Progressives Congress, has told the electoral commission INEC that he didn’t attend primary and secondary schools.
The former Lagos governor, however, claimed he had two degrees from two American universities, which he further stated had been stolen by unknown soldiers during the military junta of the 1990s.
The disclosures came in an affidavit submitted by Mr Tinubu to the electoral office as part of his eligibility filings for the 2023 presidential elections.
The documents released on Friday showed Mr Tinubu left the columns for his primary and secondary education unmarked. But he said he obtained a degree in business and administration in 1979, apparently referring to his previous claims of attending the Chicago State University.
“I went on self-exile from October 1994 to October 1998. When I returned I discovered that all my property, including all the documents relating to my qualifications and my certificates in respect of paragraph three above, were looted by unknown persons.
“My house was a target of a series of searches by various security agents from the time the Senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria was forced to adjourn following the military takeover of the government of 17th November 1993.