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

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.

“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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