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One of the most influential Nigerian politicians Bola Tinubu accused of attending a school that never existed. Accuser Femi Aribisala labels APC party of forgers

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Femi Aribisala, who defines himself as a “diehard Christian, social critic, and political maverick” has accused one of most influential politicians in Nigeria Bola Ahmed Tinubu of attending a school that never existed.

In a tweet, Aribisala labeled the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), a party of forgers.

“Bola Tinubu, said he attended St. Paul’s School, Aroloya, Lagos; but the school never existed. He said he attended Government College Ibadan (GCI) from 1965 to 1968,” he wrote.

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“I was in GCI from 1962 to 1968, and Tinubu was not there.”

Tinubu was yet to react to the latest allegation of forgery against him.

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