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‘Bola Ahmed Tinubu Is Female’ — Chicago State University revealed in 32-page document



Nigeria’s sitting President and winner of the 2023 Presidential election, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, is “female”, says Chicago State University (CSU) in a 32-page document released on Monday night.

CSU in response to a United States Court order which mandated it to release the academic records of Nigeria’s President to former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar.

Atiku and Tinubu both contested in the February 2023 presidential election on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and All Progressives Congress (APC), respectively.

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), however, confirmed Tinubu as the winner of the fiercely contested election held on February 25th.

Not satisfied with the outcome of the poll Atiku approached the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal but lost the legal battle to Tinubu.

Atiku, who has since proceeded to the Supreme Court in Nigeria to challenge Tinubu’s victory, had earlier obtained victory at the court in his fierce legal battle to probe into the academic qualification of Tinubu.

Tinubu had supplied certificates from the Chicago State University to INEC to secure eligibility to participate in the just concluded election.

However, aside from academic records, there have been a series of controversies regarding the Nigerian leader’s gender.

Following a US court order on Saturday, CSU, on Monday, released Tinubu’s academic records as requested by Atiku, and the documents seen by this news platform showed that the student ‘Bola A. Tinubu’ is a female.

See parts of the 32-page document below:

However, in what looks like a contradiction, CSU noted in parts of the document that the same student ‘Bola Ahmed Tinubu’ is male. The university also, in certificates added to the 32-page document, addressed the student as ‘He’ as in Male.

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