- The APC camp has insisted that whatever records Atiku Abubakar gets from the US court are no longer relevant to determine the Supreme Court's judgement
- Dr Josef Onoh, an APC chieftain, affirmed that Atiku's victory at the US court would not hold weight against the challenge of Bola Tinubu's victory
- The APC chieftain insisted that there was no basis in Atiku's argument against Tinubu's diploma certificate
President Bola Ahmed Tinubu's former spokesman in the southeast, Dr Josef Onoh, has reacted to the celebration of former Vice President Atiku Abubakar over the judgement of the United States court that ordered the Chicago State University (CSU) to release the certificate of the president.
Reacting to the development, Onoh countered Atiku’s celebration, describing it as "Ajasco Dance, a pyrrhic victory that has no deviation" from the previous order of the court that had given a similar order to release the certificate, The Nation reported.
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Onoh said it was unfortunate that some gullible public failed to understand that the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), as amended in 1974, has already covered issues raised by Atiku.
"Hence, even if Atiku returns from his wild expedition, he will still meet the same empty dinner table and no guests to serve his oysters because they have gone out of season," Onoh noted.
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In a tweet, Reno Omokri, a former presidential aide, shared a video of the former governor talking about how his academic records are available to all Nigerians, adding that his Alma Mata can give his transcript.
Chicago academic record: Atiku files against Tinubu’s review application
President Tinubu has pleaded in a motion before United States District Judge Nancy Maldonado to review the magistrate court ruling compelling the Chicago State University to release his academic record to Atiku.
Phrank Shaibu, the spokesperson to Atiku, said the PDP candidate's legal team have up to 48 hours to file their application against Tinubu's motion.