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The Director of Media and Publicity of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Presidential Campaign Organisation, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode, has faulted a report which claimed that the Minister of Defence, General Aliyu Gusau, said that General Muhammadu Buhari passed his Cambridge/WASCE examination in 1961 and that they attended Katsina College together.
Fani-Kayode, in a statement issued on Sunday in Abuja, said the report was part of the opposition propaganda and desperate bid to cover the wrongdoing of their presidential candidate whose integrity they have so much flaunted.
According to him, “It has been brought to our attention that a number of online publications and newspapers have published a false story suggesting that General Aliyu Gusau, the Minister of Defence, has defended General Buhari on the certificate issue and has said that they attended Katsina College together.
“This is pure falsehood and crass disinformation, and it is indicative of the type of shameless desperation and propaganda that the opposition are now indulging in.
“Not only did General Gusau not attend any school with General Buhari or go to Katsina College but he has also never sought to defend or absolve him in the ongoing controversy about his school certificate.”
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