‘Bola Ahmed Tinubu Is Female’ – Chicago State University Revealed In 32-page Document
‘Bola Ahmed Tinubu Is Female’ – Chicago State University Revealed In 32-page Document

In a significant revelation, Chicago State University (CSU) has disclosed that Nigeria’s current President, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, is, in fact, female. This disclosure came through a comprehensive 32-page document released on Monday night, following a United States Court order compelling CSU to provide the academic records of the Nigerian President to former Vice President Atiku Abubakar.

To provide context, both Atiku and Tinubu were contenders in the recent presidential election, representing the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and All Progressives Congress (APC) respectively. Despite a contentious legal battle, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) upheld Tinubu’s victory in the fiercely contested February 25th election.

Dissatisfied with the election results, Atiku pursued his case to the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal, ultimately losing the legal battle to Tinubu. Subsequently, Atiku took his challenge to the Supreme Court in Nigeria, earlier securing a victory in his efforts to investigate Tinubu’s academic qualifications.

Tinubu had submitted certificates from Chicago State University to INEC to establish eligibility for the election. However, the revelation about the President’s gender became a matter of intense scrutiny, sparking a series of controversies.

Following a US court order issued on Saturday, CSU complied on Monday, releasing Tinubu’s academic records as requested by Atiku. The documents obtained unequivocally confirm that the student named ‘Bola A. Tinubu’ is, indeed, female.

This disclosure sheds new light on the political landscape and raises intriguing questions about the complexities of Nigeria’s leadership.

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

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