Atiku’s attorney has provided seven details about Tinubu’s Chicago University diploma

On Thursday, Atiku Abubakar, the presidential candidate for the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the 2023 general election, addressed the global press.

Atiku has contested Tinubu’s election victory after coming in second place.

A US court eventually ordered the release of government papers to help the former vice president in his appeal to the Supreme Court, despite the fact that he had already lost before the Presidential Tribunal.

He claimed Tinubu’s ineligibility to run for office because of problems with the CSU diploma he presented to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

In response to questioning from reporters, Atiku’s lawyer Kalu Kalu outlined his client’s accusations as follows:

Tinubu submitted a fake CSU degree to INEC.

The gender listed as “Female” on the Southwest College Certificate he used to enroll at CSU.

He attended Govt College and graduated in 1970, although CSU didn’t open until 1974, according to his application.

A black American woman’s application materials were sent to CSU.

Since Tinubu denied holding dual citizenship on his INEC form, it is unlikely that the admission letter belongs to him.

The NYSC certificate he submitted lists his name as “Adekunle” rather than “Ahmed,” even though the records all demonstrate that the name Bola A. Tinubu is, in fact, Ahmed.

Atiku has satisfied all of the Supreme Court’s requirements for introducing new evidence.

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