Name Discrepancy Unveiled
Reports revealing that Sadiq Abubakar’s name appeared on the secondary school certificate submitted by Atiku Abubakar to INEC have stirred fresh discussions within the political landscape.
The revelation has prompted reactions and clarifications from various quarters.
Atiku’s Response and Denial
In response to the disclosure, Atiku Abubakar denied any certificate forgery.
He stated that he used the name Sadiq Abubakar for his WAEC exam and subsequently swore an affidavit confirming that Sadiq Abubakar and Atiku Abubakar were the same person.
Dele Momodu’s Clarification
Dele Momodu, a media personality and ally of Atiku, clarified the situation further.
He confirmed that Atiku utilized the name Sadiq Abubakar during his WAEC examination, but he later took legal steps to establish the link between Sadiq and Atiku Abubakar.
Bayo Onanuga’s Mockery
In a notable response to the controversy, Bayo Onanuga, an APC chieftain, took to social media to mock Atiku Abubakar.
He used the identity discrepancy to taunt the former vice president, suggesting that Atiku is experiencing a genuine identity crisis.
The Identity Crisis Debate
The debate over Atiku’s identity crisis continues to reverberate in the political sphere.
Questions about the authenticity of his credentials and the legal processes undertaken to reconcile the names persist, casting a shadow over the 2023 elections.
The political implications of this revelation are far-reaching, as it has the potential to impact Atiku’s candidacy and the overall perception of transparency and honesty in the political arena.
The controversy may also influence voters’ decisions in the upcoming elections.
The controversy surrounding Atiku Abubakar’s WAEC certificate name continues to unfold, with various individuals and groups offering their perspectives on the matter.Share on Facebook «||» Share on Twitter «||» Share on Reddit «||» Share on LinkedIn