Lagos PDP Senatorial Candidate Swindled By Fake Tiwa Savage
Gospel artiste, Sammie Okposo, has exposed the forgery perpetrated in the result of All Peoples Congress presidential aspirant, General Mahammadu Buhari released to the public by the Ministry Of Education, Katsina State.
The artiste is drawing the public curiosity to the non-correlation of the year and subjects Buhari was said to have for during his days in Government College, Katsina. He said the indigenous language, Hausa Language, which is the General is said to have sat for was not yet inculcated into the academic curriculum except for the Western Region that recognized Yoruba Language in their local curriculum and WASC.
Sammie Okposo further questions the result as the then regions had separate curriculum by which they ran their academic courses by providing a reference to a research work done by a certain A. A. ADEYINKA Department of Educational Foundations, University of Ilorin, Ilorin. He specifically pointed to the page 9 of the paper that listed the total number of subjects that were recognized between the years 1961 to 1974 which did not contain any Hausa Language.
The post he shared the post via his Instagram page with the caption contains the charges range through Perjury and Forgery:
“From perjury to forgery: Buhari or whoever forged that certificate needs to be flogged. Prior to the formation of a central govt by Gowon, all regions had separate curriculums. Only the western region offered a local language in both their curriculum and WASC! It was after a central govt was formed and a universal educational curriculum was developed and adopted which included other local languages in 1974! So which WASC did Buhari write in 1961 that included Hausa? Scroll to page 9 of this academic write up and see a brief summary of the total subjects entered from 1961 to 1974 and the percentile of students per subject. “
He further asked why former President Olusegun Obasanjo would be in the best position to point accusing finger at anyone after being fingered in the $30 billion power aid for improvement of electricity.
Here is the link to the write up posted by Sammie Okposo:
http://www.unilorin.edu.ng/journals/education/ije/sept1988/MAJOR TRENDS IN CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA.pdf