BREAKING : IPOB moves to sue WAEC for issuing ‘fake certificate’ to Buhari
By Steve Oko
The last is yet to be heard about the certificate of attestation presented to President Muhammdu Buhari on Friday by the West African Examination Council (WAEC) as the Indigenous Peoples of Biafra (WAEC), has vowed to commence a legal action against the regional exam body, claiming that the document is “fake “.
A statement issued by IPOB shortly after a photo of the presentation of the certificate of attestation to Buhari by WAEC Registrar at the Presidential Villa went viral on the social media, claimed that the entire ‘show was a scam aimed at deceiving the Nigeria populace ‘.
The statement signed by IPOB Media and Publicity Secretary, Emma Powerful, insisted that contrary to his claims, President Buhari has no WEAC certificate .
According to the statement made available to Wawa News Global via electronic mail, WAEC is colluding with the Presidency to deceive Nigerians over Buhari’s certificate saga by presenting him with ” a forged document “.
IPOB said it had already briefed its lawyer in Ghana to immediately institute a legal action against WAEC for presenting the Nigerian President with “a fake certificate ” with the intention to deceive the public.
The statement read thus :”This is to inform the civilized world that IPOB High Command has this evening, being November 2, 2018, informed our international lawyers in Ghana to commence immediate legal action against West African Examinations Council (WAEC) for issuing a fraudulent certificate to …Muhammadu Buhari.
“This blatant attempt to defraud the long suffering masses of Nigeria by WAEC through electoral interference is a crime against humanity.
“…Buhari should have been disqualified by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for lack of proper qualification but they chose instead to coerce and/or induce WAEC into issuing a forged certificate.
“The world must know that Nigeria is a failed state on the precipice of total collapse into anarchy. What the fraudulent intervention of WAEC has done is to bring the moral decay at the heart of governance in Nigeria into international limelight.”
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