In a statement, Phrank Shaibu, an aide to former Vice President Atiku Abubakar, has raised concerns about President Bola Tinubu’s academic records, suggesting that he may have submitted a fake certificate to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC). The documents the Chicago State University (CSU) released were scrutinized, and Shaibu alleged that they revealed discrepancies.
“The samples of redacted certificates handed to us by CSU show that the one submitted to INEC by Tinubu was indeed a forgery, and this will be made known during the deposition, which will be done under oath,” he stated.
Shaibu pointed out that the documents indicated fraudulent practices in Tinubu’s admission process into CSU, with the transcript suggesting that his gender was initially listed as female. He questioned how Tinubu could have undergone a gender transformation from female to male during a time when gender-altering surgeries were not commonplace.
“The transcript from Southwest College (now Richard Daley College), which Tinubu used to gain admission into CSU, clearly states that Tinubu was a female. So, how did Tinubu transform into a man at a time when gender-altering surgeries did not exist? The social security number and the dates on the transcript even show that there is more than meets the eye,” Shaibu remarked.
Furthermore, Shaibu highlighted discrepancies in Tinubu’s educational history. He mentioned that Tinubu had previously claimed to have attended Government College, Lagos, presenting a 1970 GCE A-level result. However, Government College, Lagos, was established in 1974, raising questions about Tinubu’s attendance before the school’s founding.
Shaibu also noted inconsistencies in Tinubu’s date of birth, as the CSU transcript listed his birthdate as March 29, 1954, contrary to his earlier claim of March 29, 1952.
These revelations have ignited a debate over President Tinubu’s academic records and personal history as political tensions continue to rise.
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