Reports show that Chicago University Sold Degree Certificate to Tinubu



The recent insistence by Atiku Abubaka, the 2023 PDP Presidential candidate to verify the truth behind Tinubu's University records has opened a can of worms.

The corrupt practices of the United State of America does not end with the age-long history of election rigging that has place Democrats perpetually on the presidential seat. It is of evidence now that the US universities offer fake degree certificate.




The corrent case of Bola Ahmed Tinubu has brought the Chicago University to the truth of the US university fake degrees. Atiku Abubaka has exposed the university. Chicago University frud is multifaceted.

Chicago University collected billions of dollars from president Tinubu and deleted the entire 1979 graduation batch from her archive. The archive now has records for 1973, 74, 75, 76, 77, 78, --, 1980...



What this shows is that, Tinubu was never offered any admission into the school. The truth is that he paid his way and the school procured for him a certificte with Chicago University design.

As the need finally arose for Chicago University to produce evidence of Tinubu's admission, proof of range numbers and a display of Tinubu's graduation album, the 1979 batch of graduates suddenly disappeared. Is this not evident now that Chicago University has been in the business of selling fake certificates to their business partners like Tinubu.



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