Atiku Accuses Tinubu of Submitting Forged Certificates: Presidential Race Scandal Unfolds

Atiku Abubakar, the 2023 PDP presidential candidate, accuses President Bola Tinubu of submitting forged certificates to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC). Atiku asserts that this breach of electoral integrity should have barred Tinubu from contesting in the presidential race. The allegations, supported by purported evidence, have sparked a scandal challenging the authenticity of Tinubu's qualifications, emphasizing the critical need for ethical electoral conduct. Atiku's claims have led to a legal battle, escalating to the Supreme Court, unveiling a contentious dispute over the validity of Tinubu's credentials and their impact on the presidential election.

Atiku's Allegations: Tinubu's Forged Certificates Rock Presidential Campaign.

In a recent development, Atiku Abubakar, the 2023 Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate, has made serious allegations against President Bola Tinubu, accusing him of violating the law. Atiku explicitly claimed that Tinubu had presented forged certificates to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), a move that, according to Atiku, should have barred Tinubu from participating in the presidential election.

During a global press conference, Atiku emphasized the significance of upholding integrity and ethical standards in the electoral process. He stressed the need to consider the impact on the nation's reputation and the legacy for future generations. Atiku backed his accusations with what he described as undeniable proof that Tinubu's submitted credentials were falsified, rendering him unqualified for the presidential race.

Atiku's assertions highlighted the necessity for INEC to have scrutinized Tinubu's background more thoroughly before allowing him to contest. He asserted that Tinubu's alleged breach of the law should have disqualified him from the electoral race from the outset.

It's worth noting that Atiku had taken the matter to the Supreme Court, challenging the Election Petition Tribunal's ruling. He had presented purported evidence demonstrating Tinubu's use of fabricated certificates from the Chicago State University (CSU) to support his case.

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