How PDP allegedly traveled to Cambridge to verify Buhari’s certificate

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Sources say the PDP sent agents and journalists to the University of Cambridge to find out if President Buhari’s certificate is a forgery or not.

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) allegedly dispatched a team of lawyers and other party agents to the University of Cambridge to confirm the authenticity of the West African School Certificate (WASC) of President Muhammadu Buhari, a chieftain from within the ranks of the opposition party told news men on condition of anonymity this week.

“We did not only send a delegation, we also made a request seeking potential evidence.

“Our party representatives were stunned when their frantic efforts within and outside Nigeria led only to a discovery that the president did indeed write the WASC Cambridge examination and passed with six (6) credits”, the source added.

PDP spokesperson, Kola Ologbondiyan, was not immediately available for a response to this story.   The subject of President Buhari’s O’ level certificate has been around forever.

Before the 2015 elections, opposition talking heads and party chieftains dragged candidate Buhari and his political party, APC, to court, demanding that he be stopped from contesting in the election.

All through President Buhari’s first term as a civilian president, the subject of the authenticity of his WASC certificate refused to go away.

Pulse Nigeria Pulse TV News Local World Entertainment Celebs Music Lifestyle Fashion Beauty & Health Relationships & Weddings Food, Travel, Arts & Culture Sports Football Business Insider  News Politics How PDP allegedly traveled to Cambridge to verify Buhari’s certificate TODAY AT 1:17 PM | PULSE NIGERIA | JUDE EGBAS Tell your friends     Sources say the PDP sent agents and journalists to the University of Cambridge to find out if President Buhari’s certificate is a forgery or not.   Atiku Abubakar, PDP presidential candidate in the 2019 election with PDP chairman, Uche Secondus (ThisDay) Atiku Abubakar, PDP presidential candidate in the 2019 election with PDP chairman, Uche Secondus (ThisDay) The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) allegedly dispatched a team of lawyers and other party agents to the University of Cambridge to confirm the authenticity of the West African School Certificate (WASC) of President Muhammadu Buhari, a chieftain from within the ranks of the opposition party told Pulse on condition of anonymity this week.

“We did not only send a delegation, we also made a request seeking potential evidence.   “Our party representatives were stunned when their frantic efforts within and outside Nigeria led only to a discovery that the president did indeed write the WASC Cambridge examination and passed with six (6) credits”, the source added.  spokesperson, Kola Ologbondiyan, was not immediately available for a response to this story.

The subject of President Buhari’s O’ level certificate has been around forever. Before the 2015 elections, opposition talking heads and party chieftains dragged candidate Buhari and his political party, APC, to court, demanding that he be stopped from contesting in the election.  All through President Buhari’s first term as a civilian president, the subject of the authenticity of his WASC certificate refused to go away.  An old video comes alive

The PDP has also recently pounced on a 2015 video in which Information Minister, Lai Mohammed is seen asking the nation to forgive Buhari if he can’t recall where he kept his secondary school certificate.

The video has been making the rounds on social media for days on end.  The opposition party is asking Buhari to vacate his seat as president based off Mohammed’s admission in the video.  The PDP says: “In this latest shenanigan, President Buhari and his handlers ought to have known that the law, which the judiciary is bound to uphold, is a respecter of no man.

“The PDP holds that if President Buhari indeed seeks for pardon from Nigerians, he should do the needful by toeing the path of honour and vacating the presidential seat without further delay.

It is disheartening that President Buhari and his APC would put our nation through the troubles of legal hassles when they knew all the while that they were building something on nothing.

In the hunt for Buhari’s certificate, some media houses have also requested Cambridge to provide them with a confirmation of the president’s certificate, Pulse has learnt.

“Cambridge Assessment International Education issued the Certifying Statement that indeed President Buhari sat for his examinations in 1961 when it received a request from the President to do so”, one presidential aide told spectrumtimes