Gen. Buhari clears the air on his medical reports and educational qualifications

APC presidential candidate Gen Buhari says the cancer medical report
that surfaced online yesterday January 18th is fake and has also been
refuted by the authorities of the Ahmadu Bello Teaching hospital who
purportedly issued the medical report.

Buhari addressed the issue while speaking to journalist yesterday

“The Ahmadu Bello University Teaching
Hospital said the documents are forged. This desperation is beyond my
comprehension. The issue we are letting Nigerians know is that there has
been much corruption in this country in the last 16 years. The
Peoples Democratic Party has literally destroyed this country. There
were reports that I was to jet out for medical check-up yesterday
(Saturday) but here I am. I was in Nasarawa and Benue states yesterday
(Saturday) and tomorrow January 19th, I will be in two states. The day
after tomorrow, Tuesday January 20th, I will be in two more states. I
sincerely don’t know how they got the impression that I was sick. I had
a cold but it did not stop me from going through my schedule’ he said

He also addressed the debate on his educational qualification

“I have contested three times under the
same rules set by INEC (Independent National Electoral Commission) where
there is a basic educational qualification you must have. I was allowed
to contest all these elections because my certificate was in order and
there were individuals that wrote to the United States War College and
the college answered them and they were published in the newspapers. So,
I really don’t understand this desperation or misinformation that is
being passed around. They will do nobody any good because our minds are
being taken away from the serious issues of corruption and incompetence
by the PDP.” he said


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