BREAKING NEWS: We’re Not In Possession Of Buhari’s Credentials – Army

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Nigerian ArmyThe controversy surrounding the secondary school certificate of the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC, General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.) has assumed a new dimension with the Nigerian Army declaring that it is not in possession of Mr. Buhari’s credentials – original or photocopy.
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The APC presidential candidate explained in an affidavit submitted to the Independent National Electoral Commission that all his academic credentials were with the Military Board.

However, speculations began to fly around that perhaps Mr. Buhari, who is contesting the presidential election for a record fourth time, did not have the requisite secondary school educational qualification, which is the minimum requirement stipulated by the Nigerian constitution, to run for the office of president.

The Nigerian Army, at a press conference in Abuja on Tuesday, said that it only had a letter from the Principal of Buhari’s secondary school, dated 1961, recommending him for enlistment into the military school.

Details later…

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10 COMMENTS

  1. A LETTER TO BUHARI

    “Sir, let us examine your service records. I consider your generation a very privileged one, indeed. In 1975 at the age of 33, you were appointed the Military Governor of the North-Eastern State, present day Borno & Yobe states. In 1976 at the age of 34 you became the Minister for Petroleum and Natural Resources. In 1978 at the age of 36 you became the Chairman of the Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC). Today the reverse is the case. Most Nigerians at age of 35 are still unemployed and still living with parents. Many are still not married. During your time you were already Governor at this age. One major reason for this unfortunate turn of events is that many elders like you have refused to voluntarily handover the baton to the next generation. Life should be a relay race where one runs his race and hands over to the next. In Nigeria many elders like you have run their races and are still holding on tenaciously to the baton.

    But Sir, I have an important question here for you. The question is simple, MUST YOU SERVE NIGERIA AS A PRESIDENT ONLY? IS THERE NO OTHER CAPACITY YOU CAN SERVE US EXCEPT THE PRESIDENCY? It is very erroneous to imagine that you can only serve Nigeria only in one capacity. During the regime of late General Sani Abacha, you accepted the appointment to serve as the Chairman of the then Petroleum Trust Fund PTF. The general opinion was that you served faithfully in this capacity. Well done Sir! But you never asked Abacha to vacate office for you as your former subordinate in the army. Never! In fact that would have been a dangerous move, if not suicidal. Rather you served faithfully under your former junior in the army. Sir, imagine if you take on another job like the Chairman of EFCC or ICPC or NDLEA. Nigerians actually need you to serve in one of these capacities much more than they need you in the Presidency. Mere mentioning your name as Chairman of EFCC would drive many corrupt men underground. But you wouldn’t . Either the Presidency or nothing.

    When are you going to handover to the next person? It is either you do it voluntarily or risk disgrace at the polls.

    In 1983 at the age of 41, you became the Head of State. Most Nigerians in my age have not had the opportunity to serve, but we still remain committed to the Nigerian project. You should rather be graceful to God and to Nigerians for the numerous opportunities that have come your way to serve Nigerians. Others are begging for just one opportunity to serve. Sir, you have to accept the stark reality on ground that you have served your time already. That is life for you. You run the race, you handover the baton for others to run, you cannot hold on to the baton more than is necessary. As a former head of State you are already a member of the Council of State Meeting. You have every avenue to channel your views across. You don’t necessarily have to be in a front-line role, you can serve in an advisory capacity. That is still service.

    In conclusion, It is crystal clear that you cannot defeat President Jonathan in a free, fair and credible election, even in Katsina State. Sentiments aside, Jonathan would cruise to a landslide victory come February 14th, 2015. In fairness to you Sir, any of your Children would pose a serious challenge to Jonathan more than yourself. I do not see Nigerians electing a 72 year old former Head of state to lead us in this Digital era. With due respect to you Sir, you belong to the Analogue age and is not fit as president in this digital era. This is the blunt truth. Please do not enter the Guinness book of world records on a negative note. Losing four consecutive Presidential election would not augur well for your reputation. It is in your best interest to assume your position as an elder statesman and allow others to serve. Nigeria does not belong to you alone. It belongs to us all”
    Thanks grandfather gen Buhari

  2. buhari u don’t have certificate, if ur not disqualified by inec we will meet in court & I bet u ,u will definitely loose in court.

    • You are a mumun and the scale of ignorance is huge on you. The constitution requires that at a minimum, he must have a secondary school leaving certificate. Here is a man who is a graduate of NDA (Bsc equivalent), Masters in Strategic studies from US War College and various other diplomas.

  3. Mr olade go and read your history, but for your information mr buhari want into nigeria military without a WASC result. It a shame to the youths of nigeria (especially from the south). Some nigerians say it does not matter, but it will matter when you and I want to occupy a position.

  4. What is the difference between secondary school and the Nigeria Military School.. see Nigeria Military School require primary school leaving to enlisted. So normal secondary school is equivalent to the Nigeria million school certificate.. The man is very qualify to contest..

  5. GMB for president. His educational qualification is higher than GEJ fake PHD. Let the assholes go to court. GMB is our next president. To hell with jonathan

  6. Yinka ola,u ar stupid by making dat statement,who ve ever does beta on dat seat,GEJ is a man to lead us to promise land so go to hell wit ur buhali de betrayer,

  7. Obaino or vagina wateva is ur name Buhari is d man dat will take Nigeria frm its sorry state. I knw ur father must be in GEJ corrupt govt nd brings dos loot home which makes u 2 reason thru ur anus. If a fake Ph.d holder cn be dis clueless, we have no option bt 2 try someone beta dan him even if dat person is a shoe-maker or businessman dat present even NEPA bill as certificate.

  8. Buhari has no western education because to him it is bad. That is the meaning of boko haram. The worst of all he lied against the Military with an affidavit what a reputation

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