Identity Theft and Forgery: Group Calls for Disqualification of Tinubu  - The Top Society

Identity Theft and Forgery: Group Calls for Disqualification of Tinubu 

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The Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria (HURIWA) has issued a fervent appeal to the Supreme Court of Nigeria, demanding the disqualification of President Bola Tinubu from office or compelling his resignation. These calls come in light of explosive allegations of identity theft and certificate forgery against the sitting President.

HURIWA released a press statement today, following revelations that President Tinubu’s academic records from South-West College, which he used to gain admission into Chicago State University (CSU), allegedly belonged to a woman. Startlingly, documents disclosed by CSU to former Vice President Atiku Abubakar, who had challenged Tinubu’s victory in the February 25 presidential election in a U.S. court, seemingly indicated that Tinubu had enrolled as a female student under the name “Bola Adekunle Tinubu.” 

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This was met with mixed reactions, with HURIWA branding this case as a “shocking and shameful” instance of identity theft and certificate forgery. The organization accuses President Tinubu of being a “fraud and a liar” who has misled the Nigerian populace for decades.

Furthermore, HURIWA contends that President Tinubu has forfeited his moral and legal right to hold the highest office in the land due to these alleged constitutional and electoral violations. They have also leveled allegations of involvement in criminal activities such as drug trafficking and money laundering against him, citing purported documents from U.S. authorities that implicate him in these offenses.

In a strong call to action, the Human Rights group implores the Supreme Court not to “act like Judas Iscariot” and betray the trust of the Nigerian people. They argue that the apex court has a solemn duty to safeguard justice, preserve the integrity of the electoral process, and uphold democratic values in Nigeria.

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