Leading opposition All Progressive Congress presidential candidate Muhammadu Buhari. (Stringer, AFP)
Kano - The Presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Muhammadu Buhari,on Wednesday finally broke his silence on the controversy trailing his school certificate result, reports NewsDay.
He insisted that he attended the Provincial Secondary School, Katsina, where he sat for the University of Cambridge/WASC Examination in 1961.
He stated that he graduated with many prominent Nigerians, including General Shehu Yar’adua, former chief of staff at the Supreme Headquarters, and Justice Umaru Abdullahi, a former President of the Court of Appeal.
He said he was surprised with the claim of the Military Secretary of the Nigerian Army that his certificates are not with the army authorities.
He noted that he has formally requested his old school to make available the school’s copy of the result of the Cambridge/West African School Certificate.
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