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Ex-special aide to former President Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri, has said that President Muhammadu Buhari still has questions tom answer regarding his certificate.
In Facebook post, Omokri noted that: “The Presidency is being clever by half by saying that President Muhammadu Buhari, like Dino Melaye, is not involved in a certificate scandal.
That is patently dishonest. President Buhari DOES have a certificate scandal. If he does not, how come he hired 13 Senior Advocates of Nigeria to defend him in a case brought to compel him to provide certificate or proof that he has one, including one SAN, Kola Awodein, who gave a ‘gift’ of ₦500k to Justice Ademola, the judge handling the case against the President, at a time the case was pending before him!
A man that has no certificate scandal will simply produce the original certificate or if it is lost he will apply to the University of Cambridge International Examinations for a Certified True Copy of his results.
You do not need to defend the truth with 13 SANs. The truth will defend itself. Now, don’t get me wrong.
I am not saying that Buhari has no GCE Certificate. I don’t know if he has or doesn’t have. What I am saying is that he HAS a certificate scandal!”
In a similar vein, Omokri has accused President Muhammadu Buhari of practising the worst kind of corruption.
In a tweet on Monday, March 27, Omokri accused President Buhari of constantly breaking his campaign promises to Nigerians who voted him into power.
He noted that this was the worst kind of corruption.
NAIJ.COM gathered that Omokri’s words came at about the same time as criticism of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on Monday, March 27, which accused President Buhari of losing control of his government.