Buhari academic credentials are all fake and lies – Atiku and PDP tells the tribunalMay 1, 2019
Buhari academic credentials are all fake and lies – Atiku and PDP tells the tribunal
Buhari academic credentials…The People’s Democratic Party (PDP) and its competitor in the last presidential election, Atiku Abubakar have blamed President Muhammadu Buhari for making false cases about his scholastic capabilities.
The PDP and Atiku contended that Buhari’s case, in his reaction to the request they recorded at the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal (PEPT), that he (Buhari) was more qualified than Atiku, was likewise a bogus attestation.
They noticed that not at all like Atiku, Buhari neglected to show his accreditations, which he professed to have.
The PDP and Atiku brought these issues up in their answer to Buhari’s reaction. They are before the PEPT to challenge the result of the last presidential election, which Buhari and his party, the All Progressives Congress (APC), won.
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In the answer recorded on April 15 this year, by their group of legal counselors, driven by Livy Uzoukwu (SAN), the PDP and Atiku contended that, having neglected to append the accreditations to the Form CF001, which he submitted to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), one could securely presume that Buhari lied that his authentications were with the Nigerian Army.
They tested Buhari to, as the officeholder President and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, direct the Nigerian Army, where he once served, to make his qualifications open assuming in fact, they really exist.
The PDP and Atiku included: “In further reaction to passage 381(iv) of the second respondent’s answer, affirm that the candidates have no learning of any testaments or claimed capabilities issued to the second respondent (Buhari), yet battle that second respondent erroneously spoke to that his endorsements are in the guardianship of the Nigerian Army when the second respondent, by his very own confirmation, is the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Nigeria.
“In further reaction to Paragraph 381(iv) of the second respondent’s answer, the applicants assert that the second respondent as Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of Nigeria could without much of a stretch request the Army Secretary to deliver the declarations supposedly submitted on the off chance that they really exist.
“In opposition to passage 381(i-iv) of the second respondent’s answer, the solicitors affirm that the second respondent does not have the instructive capability he professed to have in his INEC Form CF001 submitted to the first respondent (INEC) having not been joined as required.
“In answer to the passage 383 of the second respondent’s answer, the candidates affirm that the first solicitor (Atiku) is famously met all requirements to challenge election for the workplace of the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and had to be sure joined proof of his instructive capabilities to his INEC Form CF001 submitted to the first respondent, in contrast to the second respondent (Buhari) who did not append proof of the capabilities he asserted in his INEC Form CF001 in light of the fact that he doesn’t have them as he dishonestly guaranteed.”
They contended that “the indicated preparing and courses” which Buhari had asserted put him “head and shoulders” above Atiku in regard to instructive capability to challenge the presidential election, “did not come full circle in the issuance of any authentications he guaranteed in his INEC Form CF001.”
The PDP and Atiku portrayed Buhari’s case of being head and shoulders above Atiku, in capability and experience, as mistaken.