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Reminiscence of Chicago as Senator Sani, Shehu Mahdi react to Cotonou certificate issue


Forner Kadina State Senator and activist, Shehu Sani, has ignited a new dimension to Cotonou certificate saga whereby more discussants participate with reference to the Chicago State University certificate claim of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu yet to be resolved as the president is still sitting in office.

Senator Sani’s reaction was posted on his X account on Wednesday attracting further reactions by another fiery activist, Mallam Shehu Mahdi.

It will be recalled that Daily Nigerian Newspaper had reported that a Nigeeian reporter obtained degree from a Cotonou university in six weeks this leading to blanket suspension on degrees from Republic of Benin and Togo by the Nigerian authorities.

According to Sani, “Cotonou degree is like 100 level 2 weeks, 200 level 2 weeks, 300 level 1 week, 400 level 1 week. Then Graduation.”

Responding, Shehu Mahdi said, “CSU super imposing other people’s names in a private printing press. Govt college Ibadan, non existing etc.”

Also dragged by choice into the discussion, Ebuka Nwafor, anotger interlocutor, said, “We have a sitting President in Nigeria whose certificate and qualification is shrouded in secrecy. Togo certificate scandal is as bad as Yahoo Yahoo deviants in public position(s).”

However, Muhammad Kabiru Zangina had his intervention saying, “Good day Sir. Enlight(en) our people more on this issue of cotonou certificate saga because there are a lot of them that deserve their certificates.

“What about the people that (obtain) their own through legal means? Thank you”.

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