Atiku: Twisted Narratives Can’t Avert Tinubu’s Forgery And Perjury Allegations

Atiku Accuses President Tinubu of Forgery, Calls for His Resignation

Atiku Abubakar, former Vice President and PDP presidential candidate, has accused President Bola Tinubu of forgery and called for his resignation. Atiku alleges that despite efforts by President Tinubu’s aides to twist the facts, there is clear evidence of forgery in the case of the president’s educational qualifications.

The controversy centers around President Tinubu’s alleged forgery of documents submitted to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) and sworn affidavits supporting these documents. Atiku argues that the evidence of forgery is clear, and he questions how a candidate can graduate from a university for which they were not qualified.

Atiku also points out that President Tinubu presented a certificate from a U.S. school belonging to a female candidate and a Cambridge HSC certificate from 1970, the same year he purportedly graduated from a secondary school in Nigeria. These discrepancies raise concerns about the president’s integrity and morality.

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In addition to the forgery allegations, Atiku accuses the Tinubu administration of planning to gag the media ahead of the release of records containing President Tinubu’s criminal investigations by the FBI. He claims that the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) has already shown bias by targeting certain media platforms while refusing to air opposition views.

Atiku emphasizes the importance of the media’s role as the watchdog of society and urges them not to show weakness in the face of attempts to silence them. He highlights the upcoming release of FBI documents that allegedly tie President Tinubu to heroin trafficking and calls for the media’s vigilance in disseminating this information.

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Furthermore, Atiku questions the double standards in Nigeria’s leadership, where a ministerial nominee faced rejection over certificate forgery allegations, while the president’s case is treated differently with a lower standard for scrutiny.

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