Bode George Says Tinubu Does Not Have School Certificates (VIDEO)

George, a fervent opponent of Tinubu, has maintained his assertion that Tinubu did not go to primary, secondary school or University

A video of Chief Olabode George, the former deputy national chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), challenging Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu to produce his academic credentials has surfaced online just a few hours after a controversy over Tinubu’s academic background involving the All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate began.

George, a fervent opponent of Tinubu, has maintained his assertion that Tinubu did not go to primary or secondary school.

After the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) released candidate information, where Tinubu claimed that the diplomas from his primary and secondary schools had been stolen, George’s claim gained traction.


The footage of George’s ARISE TV interview started trending immediately after the information went viral.

The Lagos PDP leader emphasized in the video that Tinubu does not possess primary and secondary school diplomas and that the APC candidate did not visit the schools he claimed to have attended.

George claimed that Tinubu claimed to have attended various schools in Ibadan, Oyo state, during the 1999 election.

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In the video, George said:-

“I can bet with any amount of money, let Bola bring out the certificates of his primary school, secondary school and the University he attended. We want to see them. I remember in 1999 when we had the election, when they pulled his paper that he filled with INEC, they now asked him to produce all the papers.

“He said he went to Government College, Ibadan and Children’s Home School in Ibadan, we went there we checked, what year? Nothing. He then quickly came out to say it was Afikuyomi that filled it because if you went to a particular school, you must have friends because you won’t be the only one in that College.”

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