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President Tinubu’s Chicago University Certificate Causes Buzz Online Over “F” Feminine Description

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“Was Tinubu A Female During Days At Chicago State University?” – Nigerians raise alarm after seeing the ‘F’ description in the sex category of the president’s released Chicago University Certificate.

Meanwhile, Festus Keyamo knocks Atiku after Chicago State University released President’s academic records by asking him to apologize to Tinubu and Nigerians.

Keyamo’s tweets on the apology comes after CSU released the academic records of Tinubu following an order from a Chicago court.

Keyamo’s Tweet

But why is the result showing the F for Female description instead of M for male?In the record released, CSU confirmed it found three diplomas matching the certificate Tinubu presented to the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, after a diligent search.

The result showing “F” for female is sex description

The release of the documents by CSU confirms that Tinubu graduated from CSU in 1979 although observers say the released documents raised other questions.

One of the questions raised is Tinubu’s gender, which was listed as female “F”. Others pointed out that the certificate Tinubu presented to INEC is different from what was released by CSU and they argued that this is tantamount to “forgery”.

In the document Tinubu presented to INEC, it was stated that he graduated “with honors” (This means graduating with one of the best grades in the whole faculty and school in general). However, the document presented by CSU doesn’t reflect this.

Recall that a United States District Court in Northern Illinois had on Saturday, Sept. 30, ordered the Chicago State University (CSU) to release the academic records of Tinubu to Atiku.

The development came after a U.S Judge, Nancy Maldonado, adopted all the ruling of Magistrate Judge Jeffrey Gilbert of the U.S. District Court. Tinubu had objected to the Magistrate Judge Jeffrey Gilbert ruling ordering the immediate release of the academic records by the CSU.

Justice Nancy Maldonado in a judgment dismissed the objection raised by Tinubu against Atiku’s request and expressly ordered that the CSU must submit the academic records to Atiku.

A popular ghost blogger, Gistlover before the presidential elections, Once called out Tinubu on the bases that the name “Bola Tinubu” wasn’t his name but was adopted. The blogger insisted that the name belonged to a female belonging in the family who adopted him (the president) After their biological daughter died. No one knows the truth regardless.

Well, Nigerians are asking for clearifications.

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Governor Fubara Confirms The Reinstatement Of Mohammed Sanusi II As The Emir Of Kano

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Governor Siminalayi Fubara has confirmed the reinstatement of His Royal Highness, Muhammad Sanusi II as the 14th Emir of Kano.

Fubara, in a statement signed by his chief press secretary, Nelson Chukwudi, said the reinstatement by the Kano State Government showed that Sanusi’s dethronement on March 9, 2020, was against the wishes and aspirations of the great people of Kano.

He further stated that it came at a time when Khalifa Sanusi II was in Rivers State to ‘’add impetus to his administration’s initiative to reshape the economic trajectory of the State.’’

Governor Fubara who urged the people to give the Sarki of the ancient city of Kano the maximum support to succeed, appealed to the spiritual leader of the Tijanniyah Sufi order of Nigeria, Emir Muhammad Sanusi II, to lead the over 50 million adherents of the Sufi order in Nigeria with love, wisdom and courage while bringing lasting peace, justice, equity and fairness to all in the city of Kano.

He also wished the 14th Emir of Kano a successful and fruitful reign that would bring progress and prosperity to the people of the State.

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President Tinubu Bans Purchase Of Petrol-dependent Vehicles By FEC Members

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President Bola Tinubu has banned members of the Federal Executive Council, FEC, from purchasing petrol dependent vehicles.

The President has also directed the mandatory procurement of compressed-natural-gas-powered vehicles by all government ministries, departments, and agencies.

The Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Chief Ajuri Ngelale, disclosed this in a statement on Monday evening, May 13, 2024.

According to him, the directive is in line with Tinubu’s commitment to ensure energy security, drive utility, and cut high fuel costs.

He said the President’s directive is also in furtherance of Nigeria’s effort to transition to cleaner energy as CNG-enabled vehicles have been adjudged to produce lower emissions, even as they present a more affordable alternative for Nigerian energy consumers.

Addressing members of the Federal Executive Council (FEC) at the State House on Monday, President Tinubu affirmed that there is no turning back in the energy reforms initiated by his administration.

“This nation will not progress forward if we continue to dance on the same spot. We have the will to drive the implementation of CNG adoption across the country, and we must set the example as public officials in leading the way to that prosperous future that we are working to achieve for our people. It starts with us, and in seeing that we are serious, Nigerians will follow our lead,” the President stated.

“The President further directed the rejection of all memos brought by members of FEC seeking the purchase of traditional petrol-dependent vehicles, tasking the affected members of the council to go back and diligently seek value-driven procurements of CNG-compliant vehicles.

The President remains committed to effectively harnessing the nation’s gas potential, alleviating the burden of high transportation costs on the masses while enhancing the standard of living of all Nigerians,” the statement added.

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“Supporting Sim Fubara Was A Mistake” – Wike Announces

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The Minister of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Nyesom Wike, says he made a mistake when he chose to support Sim Fubara to succeed him as the governor of Rivers State.

Channels TV said this when he spoke at a function in Ogu/Bolo Local Government Area of Rivers State on Saturday, May 11. The governor at the function apologized to the people of the state for his “mistake”. He said he is a human who is bound to make mistakes, assuring the people, however, that the mistake would be corrected at the appropriate time.

“I want to say this clearly, in life when you have made a mistake, you say I have made a mistake, there is nothing you can do about it. I have made a mistake, I own it up and I say God forgive me and I will say all of you forgive me, but I will correct it at the appropriate time.

I am a human being, I am bound to make mistake, my judgement can be wrong, so forgive me for making a wrong judgement. That is life, so nobody should kill himself,” Wike said

Some days ago, Governor Fubara was quoted as saying that he appreciates Wike for supporting him to become the governor of Rivers State, but would not worship him.

In what seems to be a direct response to that statement by Fubara, Wike in his speech said that there was no time he told anyone to worship him as he is not God.

However, the Minister said that politicians ought to be grateful to those who supported them to attain office rather than showing ingratitude.

“I respect people who appreciate what God has done for them, who appreciates what God has used people to do for them. God does not come down, God uses people to help people. So, when you are helped you appreciate them and then God will know that you have also appreciated him. I have never told anybody to worship me, nobody can worship man. All of us believe that we only have one God and it is only that God we worship and we will continue to worship that God. But as politicians, you appreciate people who have helped you” he said

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