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BBC makes case for Tinubu, says he didn’t forge his CSU diploma


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In what seems to be a deliberate move to salvage the image of president Bola Tinubu, the disinformation team of the British Broadcasting Corporation—BBC, has released a report on Nigerian leader’s certificate.

The authors of the report titled: ‘Bola Tinubu diploma: No evidence Nigeria’s president forged college record’ concluded that Tinubu did not forge his certificate.

The questionable report is coming after records former Vice President Atiku Abubakar through court order obtained from Chicago State University—CSU nailed president Bola Ahmed Tinubu for forgery.

Recall that the revelation of the president’s academic credentials is the climax of a legal face-off initiated in August by Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party—PDP, one of his key opponents in the February presidential election.

The BBC which is known for doing the biddings of the British authorities made its conclusion after it claimed to have contacted CSU with questions about institution’s diplomas.

In response to the questions CSU said, “We are confident and always have been in the veracity and integrity of our records regarding Tinubu’s attendance and completion of graduation requirements.”

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