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Buhari’s WAEC certificate is fake: PDP

By News Express on 05/11/2018

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The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has condemned the attestation and confirmation of result issued to President Muhammadu Buhari by the West Africa Examination Council (WAEC). 

The opposition party described the document as fake in a statement on Sunday, two days after WAEC Registrar, Dr Iyi Uwadiae, presented the document to the President at the Presidential Villa.

“A check on the attestation clearly shows that it does not have the “Original Certificate Number”, the key authentication feature in all genuine attestations by WAEC,” the PDP claimed in the statement signed by its National Publicity Secretary, Mr Kola Ologbondiyan.

It added, “Instead, a ‘non-applicable’ is entered, indicating that the beneficiary does not have a certificate to be attested to, thus rendering the said attestation unauthenticated, fake and of no effect.

“Most appalling is that Mr President’s handlers have succeeded in dragging a reputable institution as WAEC into public disrepute and opprobrium, as Nigerians are quick to demonstrate marks of forgery in the attestation issued by the examination body.”

The party noted that the attestation was for West African Senior School Certificate, alleging that President Buhari could not have sat for the examination as the Senior School Certificate Examination was established in the late 1980s.

“Does it not smack of a high-level scam that the same WAEC, which, in 2015, confirmed that it does not have records of President Buhari’s certificate, now had to send officials to present Mr President with an attestation, that has no original certificate number?” it queried.

The PDP noted that by WAEC rules, attestations were only issued in the case of missing or destroyed certificate.

It then wondered why the examination body would issue an attestation to President Buhari, saying the President had said his certificate was with the military and not missing or destroyed.

The party accused the Presidency of using the development to deceive Nigerians, adding that President Buhari should have used his powers as the Commander-in-Chief to direct the military to make available his credentials for all to see.

“What the unauthenticated attestation has shown is that Mr President does not have a WAEC certificate; we urge his handlers to humbly so admit and apologise to the nation, having exhausted all gimmicks to mislead Nigerians,” it claimed.

The PDP purported, “The Buhari Presidency should know that there is no way the truth can be suppressed. In fact, the current disagreement between the Presidency and WAEC over who initiated the attestation deal is also very revealing.”

Sourced from Channels TV report

President Buhari receives his original certificate from WAEC Registrar, Dr Iyi Uwadiae, at the State House in Abuja on November 2, 2018.

Source News Express

Posted 05/11/2018 05:17:02 AM

 

 

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