Allegations of Certificate Forgery Surround Tinubu's Ministerial Nominee

Abuja Network News

In a recent development, a non-governmental organization named "The Association For Honest and Transparent Leaders in Governance" has submitted a petition to the Department of State Security (DSS), urging them to investigate the authenticity of the London Metropolitan University certificate presented by Hon. Bunmi Tunji Ojo, a ministerial nominee.

The organization's concern stems from the fact that Hon. Bunmi had failed to submit the same certificate to the Independent Electoral Commission (INEC) during his previous election campaigns in 2019 and 2023. Instead, he only provided his O'Level certificate on both occasions. This discrepancy has raised suspicions and led to questions about the legitimacy of his university degree.

The organization argues that a genuine holder of a university certificate would have no reason to withhold it from the electoral umpire, unless they had something to hide. This discrepancy has prompted the call for a thorough investigation by the DSS to ensure justice, fairness, and due diligence.

If these allegations are proven to be true, it would raise serious concerns about the integrity of the ministerial nominee. The public deserves transparency and accountability in their leaders, and any indication of forgery must be thoroughly examined.

The DSS is now tasked with conducting a comprehensive investigation into the London Metropolitan University certificate presented by Hon. Bunmi Tunji Ojo. Their findings will be crucial in determining the veracity of the allegations and ensuring that only individuals with genuine qualifications are appointed to key positions in the government.

As this story unfolds, the public eagerly awaits the outcome of the investigation, which will undoubtedly have significant implications for the credibility of both the ministerial nominee and the political process as a whole.

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