Additionally, he mentioned receiving a “notorized” judgment related to Tinubu’s involvement in criminal asset forfeiture proceedings.
By Musa Ibrahim, Abuja
On Friday, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and their candidate, Atiku Abubakar, presented another witness before the Presidential Election Petition Court, who provided additional evidence.
The PDP and Atiku are disputing the declaration of Bola Tinubu as the elected president in the February 25 election. The witness, Mike Enahoro-Ebah, presented Tinubu’s academic records and personal information as part of their petition against the President.
Enahoro-Ebah, a lawyer and human rights activist, testified and submitted certified copies of the President’s academic qualifications, Tinubu’s certificate of service from Mobile Oil Nigeria Plc, and a copy of his Guinean Passport. Enahoro-Ebah also presented a transcript from South West College in 1977, which indicated that the Tinubu who attended Chicago State University was a female.
Additionally, he mentioned receiving a “notorized” judgment related to Tinubu’s involvement in criminal asset forfeiture proceedings. The court admitted these documents as evidence, despite objections from the respondents, including INEC, Tinubu, and his party, the All Progressives Congress. During cross-examination, Enahoro-Ebah confirmed that the President held dual citizenship.
When questioned by the President’s counsel, Wole Olanikpekun, SAN, about Tinubu renouncing the alleged citizenship, he stated that the former President of Guinea, Alpha Conde, acknowledged the issuance of the passport.