WAEC Says It Cannot Find Buhari's True Certificate
The West African Examination Council headquarters in Ghana has disowned General Mohammed Buhari’s claim that he had sat for WAEC examination in 1961.
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The examination body in a letter posted online by 247ureports.com says they can’t find evidence that Buhari sat for the exams in their archives.
See the photocopies of the letter below. Note that Elombah.com cannot vouch for the genuineness of the document.
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It will be recalled that the West African Examinations Council, WAEC has finally intervened in the Buhari certificate saga, noting that only General Muhammadu Buhari has the legal to apply to the examination body for the verification of his results.
Meanwhile, the University of Cambridge Local Examinations Syndicate (UCLES), currently known as Cambridge Assessment, has confirmed that Hausa language was among the other subjects offered in 1961.
Cambridge Assessment made the revelation in an answer to an email investigation by Legit.ng asking the agency to validate the secondary school certificate result, which was released by Government College Katsina.