Chicago Varsity: Umahi Slams Atiku, Obi Supporters Over Tinubu’s Certificate

The Minister of Works, Senator David Umahi, has reacted to the ongoing legal battle of President Bola Tinubu over his academic records at Chicago State University (CSU) Umahi has asked supporters of Atiku Abubakar and Peter Obi not to make a fuss about the situation He noted that there was no reason for Tinubu to suffer the condemnation based on his antecedent as a successful politician

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FCT, Abuja – Nigeria’s Minister of Works, David Umahi, has urged supporters of Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and Peter Obi of the Labour Party (LP) to refrain from relentless battle with President Bola Ahmed Tinubu. As reported by Vanguard, Umahi stated this in Abuja on Tuesday, September 26, while unveiling his ministry’s policy direction.

Atiku, Tinubu, Obi, Umahi

Umahi stated that the demand for Tinubu’s Chicago State University (CSU) academic records was unnecessary, judging that his records as a public official stand him out among his peers.

He said:

“This (President Bola Tinubu) is a man who is the answer to the prayers of Nigerians to God. “This is a man who has passed through all the stages… look at his appointments in the FCT, Works, Finance and all others. This President is the last hope for this country, his renewed hope agenda needs the support of all of us. “All those ‘Atikulated and Obidients’, let them bring their (principals) who filed WAEC certificates; what did they score? They are challenging someone who is an ‘A’ student.”

Meanwhile, Umahi expressed his disappointment with the State Controllers of Works, alleging that they had failed to live up to the task given to them as the developers of their various states.

Umahi, however, hailed the director of the southwest zone for their good works as he urged others to emulate their accomplishment or risk losing their positions. How Peter Obi resisted pressure from Obidients to protest Tinubu’s election victory

In another development, the Labour Party has revealed that its presidential bannerman, Peter Obi, declined to lead a mass protest against President Bola Tinubu’s victory at the 2023 polls. A statement from the party issued on Monday, September 25, revealed immense pressure mounted on Obi by his Obidient supporters. The party stated that Obi chose the route of legal battle rather than violence, which might have caused anarchy. Source: Legit.ng

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