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CERTIFICATE SAGA: Vacate Office Now, PDP Tells Buhari

By GRANDNEWS on 09/09/2019

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President Muhammadu Buhari
President Muhammadu Buhari

Following a viral video of the Minister for Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, whereupon he pleaded with Nigerians on a national television to forgive President Muhammadu Buhari’s inability to produce his WAEC Certificate because it has been 52 long years since he left school, the main opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has asked the President to save the judiciary and the nation further troubles by immediately throwing in the towel and vacating the  presidential seat.

The party through its National Publicity Secretary, Kola Ologbodiyan, on Sunday said that having “reviewed the video of the media interview”, “President Muhammadu Buhari should, following the official admission that he (Buhari) does not possess a WAEC certificate, contrary to his claims and disposition before the law, vacate the presidential seat”.

Robbing it in, Ologbodiyan in the statement said “Our party mocks the Buhari Presidency for pushing out the video wherein the Minister pleaded with Nigerians to pardon President Buhari over his false WAEC certificate claims.

“PDP notes the deliberate ploy of Alhaji Lai Mohammed to appeal to sentiments, seeing that Mr. President had failed to defend himself before the Presidential petition tribunal.

“The party berates the Buhari Presidency for believing that in pushing the video into the public space, it could influence the mind of the tribunal to bend the law after solid evidence have been presented before it against President Buhari.

“The PDP holds that the pronouncement and appeal for pardon issued by the government’s spokesperson, who is also a lawyer, is a direct guilt plea (sic), which cannot save President Buhari from the course of justice in this matter.

“From the official pronouncement by the Minister on a national television, it is no longer in dispute before all Nigerians that President Buhari does not possess the educational certificate he claimed in the affidavit he deposed to in his Presidential nomination form”, the party stated.  

The party added that the Presidency ought to know that the law is no respecter of persons, saying that it should not forget how nit vehemently applied the law in recent past to remove the head ofg an arm of government.

“In this latest shenanigan, President Buhari and his handlers ought to have known that the law, which the judiciary is bound to uphold, is a respecter of no man.

“The PDP reminds President Buhari of how his Presidency vehemently applied the law in similar circumstance to remove a head of an arm of government; a situation, which renders his plea for pardon a complete nullity before the law.

“The PDP holds that if President Buhari indeed seeks for pardon from Nigerians, he should do the needful by toeing the path of honour and vacating the Presidential seat without further delay.

“It is disheartening that President Buhari and his All Progressives Congress (APC) would put our nation through the troubles of legal hassles when they knew all the while that they were building something on nothing.

“The PDP therefore urges the Judiciary to consider the evidence before it and rescue our nation by expediting its verdict to point to nothing other than the justice of the matter in the Presidential election petition”, the party concluded.

Posted 09/09/2019 08:06:49 AM

 

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