Certificate Forgery: Popular Critic, Femi Aribisala Accuses Tinubu Of Perjury

Popular critic and author, Femi Aribisala has accused the presidential candidate of the All Progressive Congress (APC), Bola Tinubu of perjuryCertificate Forgery: Popular Critic, Femi Aribisala Accuses Tinubu Of Perjury.

He stated this via his Twitter handle, recalling that he once wrote in 2014 that Tinubu’s affidavit that he attended Government College Ibadan (GCI) between 1965 and 1968 is false.

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Femi Aribisala said:

I wrote in 2014 that Tinubu’s affidavit that he attended Government College Ibadan (GCI) between 1965 and 1968 is false. I was in GCI from 1962-1968, and Tinubu was not there. Tinubu now tells INEC he did not go to primary or secondary school. This means he committed perjury.

He tweeted:

Aribisala had questioned the educational background of the party’s national leader, Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

He had once tweeted:

Bola Tinubu said he attended St. Paul’s School, Aroloya, Lagos; but the school never existed. He said he attended Government College Ibadan (GCI) from 1965 to 1968. I was in GCI from 1962 to 1968, and Tinubu was not there.

The Old Boys Association of GCI also debunked Tinubu’s claims. He also claimed in his 1999 INEC form that he attended Richard Daley College, Chicago from 1969 to 1971, but there is no evidence of this. He also did not attend the University of Chicago between 1972 and 1976.

The case filed in court by Dominic Adegbola against Tinubu for perjury on these counts was only struck out because the judge ruled that the mandatory requirement of the law is that such an application must be filed within three months when the alleged fraudulent act was detected.

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