There was nowhere the university said certificate presented to INEC by Tinubu is fake-Temitope Ajayi

 Temitope Ajayi, the Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity to President Bola Tinubu, has asserted that the certificate presented by the President to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), is genuine and not a forgery, as suggested by the opposition

According to Leadership, Ajayi explained that the Chicago State University had confirmed that the President did not submit a fake result to INEC. In a post on his X page (formerly Twitter), he emphasized that CSU, had officially stated under oath that Tinubu attended and graduated from the institution.

Furthermore, the university clarified that it does not handle replacements for lost certificates.

He dismissed the forgery allegations, stating that it is impossible for someone to forge a certificate they genuinely possess.

He said “We should be clear. In the deposition made by the Chicago State University, there was nowhere the University said the certificate presented to INEC by President Tinubu is fake. The University insisted under oath that President Tinubu graduated with honours and even at that, replacements for lost certificates are done by vendors not the University."

Further talking, he said, “The claim that President Tinubu submitted fake certificate to INEC does not make sense. A man cannot forge the academic records he possesses. You can only forge what you don’t have.”

Under the directive of a court order prompted by a petition from the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, Chicago State University (CSU) had made public Tinubu's academic records.

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