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The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, has labeled President Bola Tinubu as a “serial forger and liar” in a recent statement.
Abubakar’s accusations come in response to allegations that Tinubu forged his academic certificates and lied about his work experience.
In the statement, Abubakar asserts that Tinubu has been involved in a lifetime of forgeries and lies, including fabricating his heritage, name, date of birth, education, certificates, and work experience.
Abubakar points to the discovery of Tinubu’s records at the Chicago State University and a court-ordered deposition in the United States as evidence of his extensive history of forgery.
Abubakar also refutes Tinubu’s attempt to involve him in the forgery allegations, stating that the change of his name from Siddiq Abubakar to Atiku Abubakar is well-documented and has been in the public domain for over 50 years.
He further highlights Tinubu’s own false claims, including lying under oath in his form CF001 submitted to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in 1999.
According to Abubakar, Tinubu forged a secondary school certificate from Government College Lagos, an HSC certificate from Cambridge University, and a transcript from Richard Daley College. It was also revealed that Tinubu impersonated someone else to gain admission into the Chicago State University.
Abubakar concludes by stating that Tinubu’s claims of working experience with Arthur Anderson Accounting, Deloitte, and Mobil Nigeria are false, as investigations have shown no evidence of his employment in those corporations.
He also questions the addition of a middle name, Adekunle, in Tinubu’s National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) certificate, suggesting further forgery.
Abubakar emphasizes that all the names he goes by are traceable to his family tree and that his life is an open book. In contrast, Tinubu’s name has no history or social acquaintance until the late 1970s.
Abubakar urges Tinubu and his handlers to stop comparing his impeccable reputation with Tinubu’s tainted past of forgery and lies.
This article was updated 2 months ago