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Is Buhari’s New Waec Certificate Fake? See Photos

Opposition political parties under the aegis of Coalition of United Political Parties (CUPP) have described the confirmation of result by WAEC issued to President Muhammadu Buhari on Friday at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, as suspicious.

See attached Photos and Judge for yourself:

The West African Examination Council (WAEC) issued an attestation and confirmation of result to the President.

 

CUPP said that there were indications that the result was hurriedly released to stall the commencement of the suit seeking to disqualify the President from the 2019 election, describing the action as laughable, unbelievable and a desperate effort to mislead the court and shield President Buhari from being disqualified in the 2019 presidential election.

Baba had B3 in history in the WAEC result he showed us in 2015, he has A1 in 2018, he wrote Mathematics in 2015 and Mathematics has disappeared in 2018.

In the Statement of Result available to the public prio to the 2015 presidential election, [SEE ABOVE] which bore the name Mohamed Buhari and carried a stamp dated 21/01/2015, eight subjects were recorded for the President. However, in the result presented to the President on Friday, only six subjects were recorded.

WAEC does not reprint result SEE IMAGE

Buhari swore an affidavit stating his credentials are with Military Board. But which is easier….to get the credentials with the military board or to get a brand new certificate?

The Nigerian Army had on Tuesday, January 20, said it did not have the original, certified true copy or statement of results of retired Major General Muhammadu Buhari, the All Progressives Congress (APC) Presidential Candidate for the February 2015 general elections.

Letter from Buhari’s school principal to the Army in 1961 – Image credit Premium Times

Director of Army Public Relations, Brig-. Gen. Olajide Laleye, said that the entry made on the Nigerian Army Form 199A at the point of documentation after Buhari was commissioned as an officer, indicated that the former Head of State obtained the West African School Certificate (WASC) in 1961

“With credits in relevant subjects: English Language, Geography, History, Health Science, Hausa and a pass in English Literature.

“Neither the original copy, certified true copy (CTC) nor statement of result of Major-.Gen. Mohammadu Buhari ‘s WASC result is in his personal file.

Laleye said that the army holds the retired senior officer in high esteem and respect and would not be a party to any controversy surrounding his eligibility for any political office.

He said that suffice to state that Buhari rose steadily to the enviable rank of Major General before becoming the Head of State of the country in December 1983.

“The media hype on the retired Buhari’s credentials as well as numerous requests made by individuals and cooperate bodies to the Nigerian Army on this issue have necessitated that we provide the facts as contained in the retired senior officer’s service records.

Brigadier General Olajide Olaleye

“Records available indicate that Buhari applied to join the military as a form six student of the Provincial Secondary School, Katsina, on Oct. 18, 1961″, Laleye stated.

“His application was duly endorsed by the principal of the school, who also wrote a report on him and recommended him to be suitable for military commission.

“It is a practice in the Nigerian Army that before candidates are shortlisted for commissioning into the officers’ cadre of the service, the selection board verifies the original copies of credentials as presented.

“There is no available record to show that this process was followed in the 1960s,” Laleye said.

WAEC procedure for issuing result attestation

Why should “Attestation Certificate” be issued when the ORIGINAL certificate is still with the military board? Did Buhari say his original was missing for WAEC to issue A new one? IF YES then it amount to perjury if he LIED under oath that the certificate is with the military board.

From WAEC HQ

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