- President Bola Tinubu has been told to resign within seven days
- This is as a result of the alleged forgery of his academic records from Chicago State University.
Tinubu told to resign within 7 days
President Bola Tinubu has gotten a seven -day ultimatum to resign over the certificate saga or risk impeachment.
The United Action Front of Civil Society has issued a seven-day ultimatum to President Bola Ahmed Tinubu, demanding both an apology to Nigerians and his immediate resignation.
Failure to do so would, according to the group, warrant the National Assembly to initiate an impeachment process against him.
The ultimatum follows the expose of alleged forgery and perjury related to his academic records from Chicago State University (CSU).
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The civil society group expressed outrage and embarrassment over the situation, emphasizing the need for accountability and transparency in leadership.
Hamisu Santuraki, the spokesperson of the CSO, conveyed these demands through a statement released on Friday.
The group’s statement highlighted the longstanding speculations surrounding President Tinubu’s identity and academic history.
It pointed out that as governor of Lagos State, his background had been shrouded in opaqueness, and previous false claims on official documents had not been adequately addressed.
Specifically, the CSO stated,
It is rather unfortunate that the Tinubu Chicago Gate exposé has now confirmed the longstanding speculations regarding the identity of Bola Tinubu.
As revealed and deposed by Chicago State University, Tinubu falsely claimed to have attended Government College in Ibadan and also forged the CSU diploma certificate he presented to INEC for the 2023 presidential elections.
The group asserted that President Tinubu’s alleged actions amounted to a serious breach of the law, including perjury and forgery.
They cited constitutional violations and called for immediate action.
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