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Appeal Court Reserves Judgment In Suit Challenging Buhari's Academic Qualificati by phranklean: 4:03pm On Jul 08
The Abuja division of the Court of Appeal on Monday reserved judgment in the appeal filed against President Muhammadu Buhari’s academic qualification for the 2019 presidential election.

The three member panel of the appellate court presided over by Justice Atinuke Akomolafe-Wilson, reserved judgment after listening to the argument canvassed by counsel to parties in the suit.

At Monday’s proceedings, counsel to the appellant, Ukpai Ukairo, insisted that President Buhari was not educationally qualified to have stood for the presidential poll on the grounds that the required certificates were not attached to his form CF001, submitted to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for clearance to contest the presidential poll.
The counsel denied the claim that the suit of the appellant was statute barred, adding that the case was instituted on November 5, 2018 within the 14 days allowed by law. He said the cause of action started with the announcement and publication by INEC of successful candidates for the 2019 general election on October 25, 2018.

Ukairo therefore urged the Court of Appeal to allow the appeal and set aside the decision of the Federal High Court on grounds of miscarriage of justice.
He asked the court to nullify Buhari’s participation in the February 23 presidential election because he was not educational qualified for the poll at the time he did.

However, lawyers to the 1st and 2nd respondents urged the court to dismiss the appeal for being incompetent and lacking merit.

Buhari’s counsel, Abdullahi Abubakar, specifically told the Appeal Court that the case of the appellant was statute barred having not been filed within the mandatory period stipulated by the law.
He urged the court to uphold the decision of the Federal High Court to the effect that the suit was not filed in line with the position of the law.

Counsel to the All Progressives Congress Babatunde Ogala, argued in the same line with Buhari and urged the court to dismiss the appeal, while counsel to INEC, Onyeri Anthony, said the commission was neutral and would abide by the decision of the Court.

Kalu, Ismail and El-Kuris had approached the appellate court to nullify and set aside the Judgment of the Abuja division of the Federal High Court which declined to hear their suit instituted to challenge the educational qualification of President Buhari before the conduct of the 2019 general election.

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Appeal Court Reserves Judgment in Suit Challenging Buhari's Academic Qualification
editorJuly 8, 2019 3:25 Pm
Alex Enumah in Abuja

The Abuja division of the Court of Appeal on Monday reserved judgment in the appeal filed against President Muhammadu Buhari’s academic qualification for the 2019 presidential election.

The three member panel of the appellate court presided over by Justice Atinuke Akomolafe-Wilson, reserved judgment after listening to the argument canvassed by counsel to parties in the suit.

At Monday’s proceedings, counsel to the appellant, Ukpai Ukairo, insisted that President Buhari was not educationally qualified to have stood for the presidential poll on the grounds that the required certificates were not attached to his form CF001, submitted to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for clearance to contest the presidential poll.


The counsel denied the claim that the suit of the appellant was statute barred, adding that the case was instituted on November 5, 2018 within the 14 days allowed by law. He said the cause of action started with the announcement and publication by INEC of successful candidates for the 2019 general election on October 25, 2018.

Ukairo therefore urged the Court of Appeal to allow the appeal and set aside the decision of the Federal High Court on grounds of miscarriage of justice.


He asked the court to nullify Buhari’s participation in the February 23 presidential election because he was not educational qualified for the poll at the time he did.

However, lawyers to the 1st and 2nd respondents urged the court to dismiss the appeal for being incompetent and lacking merit.

Buhari’s counsel, Abdullahi Abubakar, specifically told the Appeal Court that the case of the appellant was statute barred having not been filed within the mandatory period stipulated by the law.


He urged the court to uphold the decision of the Federal High Court to the effect that the suit was not filed in line with the position of the law.

Counsel to the All Progressives Congress Babatunde Ogala, argued in the same line with Buhari and urged the court to dismiss the appeal, while counsel to INEC, Onyeri Anthony, said the commission was neutral and would abide by the decision of the Court.

Kalu, Ismail and El-Kuris had approached the appellate court to nullify and set aside the Judgment of the Abuja division of the Federal High Court which declined to hear their suit instituted to challenge the educational qualification of President Buhari before the conduct of the 2019 general election.


The appellants in their appeal are asking the appellate court to reverse the judgment of Justice Ahmed Mohammed on the grounds that the processes filed by Buhari and used to strike out their suit were not competent.

While faulting the Judgment of the lower court, which was predicated on the grounds that the suit was statute barred, the appellants claimed that the Federal High Court erred in law and in its decison because they did not challenge the primary election that produced Buhari as candidate of the APC.

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Appeal Court Reserves Judgment in Suit Challenging Buhari's Academic Qualification
editorJuly 8, 2019 3:25 Pm
Alex Enumah in Abuja

The Abuja division of the Court of Appeal on Monday reserved judgment in the appeal filed against President Muhammadu Buhari’s academic qualification for the 2019 presidential election.

The three member panel of the appellate court presided over by Justice Atinuke Akomolafe-Wilson, reserved judgment after listening to the argument canvassed by counsel to parties in the suit.

At Monday’s proceedings, counsel to the appellant, Ukpai Ukairo, insisted that President Buhari was not educationally qualified to have stood for the presidential poll on the grounds that the required certificates were not attached to his form CF001, submitted to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for clearance to contest the presidential poll.


The counsel denied the claim that the suit of the appellant was statute barred, adding that the case was instituted on November 5, 2018 within the 14 days allowed by law. He said the cause of action started with the announcement and publication by INEC of successful candidates for the 2019 general election on October 25, 2018.

Ukairo therefore urged the Court of Appeal to allow the appeal and set aside the decision of the Federal High Court on grounds of miscarriage of justice.


He asked the court to nullify Buhari’s participation in the February 23 presidential election because he was not educational qualified for the poll at the time he did.

However, lawyers to the 1st and 2nd respondents urged the court to dismiss the appeal for being incompetent and lacking merit.

Buhari’s counsel, Abdullahi Abubakar, specifically told the Appeal Court that the case of the appellant was statute barred having not been filed within the mandatory period stipulated by the law.


He urged the court to uphold the decision of the Federal High Court to the effect that the suit was not filed in line with the position of the law.

Counsel to the All Progressives Congress Babatunde Ogala, argued in the same line with Buhari and urged the court to dismiss the appeal, while counsel to INEC, Onyeri Anthony, said the commission was neutral and would abide by the decision of the Court.

Kalu, Ismail and El-Kuris had approached the appellate court to nullify and set aside the Judgment of the Abuja division of the Federal High Court which declined to hear their suit instituted to challenge the educational qualification of President Buhari before the conduct of the 2019 general election.


The appellants in their appeal are asking the appellate court to reverse the judgment of Justice Ahmed Mohammed on the grounds that the processes filed by Buhari and used to strike out their suit were not competent.

While faulting the Judgment of the lower court, which was predicated on the grounds that the suit was statute barred, the appellants claimed that the Federal High Court erred in law and in its decison because they did not challenge the primary election that produced Buhari as candidate of the APC.


They therefore urged the Court of Appeal to assume jurisdiction over the suit and grant all the reliefs sought at the Federal High Court but which were refused.

Among the reliefs were a declaration that Buhari submitted false information regarding his qualification and certifcate to INEC for the purpose of contesting election into the office of the President of Nigeria and that he should be disqualified.

They also prayed for an order of court directing INEC to remove Buhari’s name as a candidate of APC and another order restraining Buhari from parading himself as a candidate in the 2019 presidential election and also APC from recognizing Buhari as a candidate.

The Federal High Court had on May 2 declined to grant the request of the appellants on the grounds that the suit was not filed within the time allowed by law and therefore sustained the preliminary objection raised by Buhari at the hearing.

But not satisfied, the appellants are now asking the Court of Appeal to grant their reliefs because they are not challenging the primary election of APC as erroneously held by the lower court but the qualification of Buhari to stand for the presidential election without demonstrating his educational certificates as required by law.

Source: https://www.thisdaylive.com/index.php/2019/07/08/appeal-court-reserves-judgment-in-suit-challenging-buharis-academic-qualification/amp/?__twitter_impression=true

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Re: Appeal Court Reserves Judgment In Suit Challenging Buhari's Academic Qualificati by radiolover(m): 4:05pm On Jul 08
Wow!

FTC tinz.

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I won't say much. Nigerians deserve the kind of leadership/president they have. Shebi they reelected the man into power? It means we are OK with him. So let nobody complain o.

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Re: Appeal Court Reserves Judgment In Suit Challenging Buhari's Academic Qualificati by cosef: 4:06pm On Jul 08
The judges know the truth that Buhari has no certificate but do not want to put themselves and their family in danger by executing truthful judgment and nullifying Buhari's candidacy.

Buhari's antecedent as a murderous dictator speak for itself.

The judiciary is simply toothless, the guy with the gun is the boss in a jungle like Nigeria.

It's a pity.

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Re: Appeal Court Reserves Judgment In Suit Challenging Buhari's Academic Qualificati by dunkem21(m): 4:12pm On Jul 08
Nigerian lawyers are jokers..

They should scrap the useless profession undecided

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Re: Appeal Court Reserves Judgment In Suit Challenging Buhari's Academic Qualificati by NOL2dworld(m): 4:33pm On Jul 08
The President Of The United State Of Nigeria. grin

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Re: Appeal Court Reserves Judgment In Suit Challenging Buhari's Academic Qualificati by Doctorova(m): 4:33pm On Jul 08
Naija
Re: Appeal Court Reserves Judgment In Suit Challenging Buhari's Academic Qualificati by Nairalandmentor(m): 4:34pm On Jul 08
shocked
Re: Appeal Court Reserves Judgment In Suit Challenging Buhari's Academic Qualificati by Lordjb: 4:34pm On Jul 08
Okay
Re: Appeal Court Reserves Judgment In Suit Challenging Buhari's Academic Qualificati by omoadeleye(m): 4:34pm On Jul 08
Mtscheeeew , from where to where?
Re: Appeal Court Reserves Judgment In Suit Challenging Buhari's Academic Qualificati by Chijeep(m): 4:35pm On Jul 08
sad enough of this Buhari Nepa bill of a thing.

We all knw dat Buhari get result ooo abi e no get e no go
make am comot 4 dat office.

If u c a tyrant don't run, my friend, fly

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Re: Appeal Court Reserves Judgment In Suit Challenging Buhari's Academic Qualificati by MANNABBQGRILL: 4:35pm On Jul 08
THIS SHOWS THAT WE ARE ON THE RIGHT TRACK TO MAKE NIGERIA A GREAT COUNTRY. GOD BLESS PMB

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Re: Appeal Court Reserves Judgment In Suit Challenging Buhari's Academic Qualificati by obinnajr(m): 4:36pm On Jul 08
OUR DEMOCRACY HAS BEEN HACKED

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Re: Appeal Court Reserves Judgment In Suit Challenging Buhari's Academic Qualificati by ainas247: 4:36pm On Jul 08
shocked Is the Media that will first divide the country...
and they are attention diverter
We need to be careful.

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Re: Appeal Court Reserves Judgment In Suit Challenging Buhari's Academic Qualificati by aolawale025: 4:36pm On Jul 08
Will be interesting to see how it goes

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Re: Appeal Court Reserves Judgment In Suit Challenging Buhari's Academic Qualificati by wink2015: 4:37pm On Jul 08
phranklean:
The Abuja division of the Court of Appeal on Monday reserved judgment in the appeal filed against President Muhammadu Buhari’s academic qualification for the 2019 presidential election.

The three member panel of the appellate court presided over by Justice Atinuke Akomolafe-Wilson, reserved judgment after listening to the argument canvassed by counsel to parties in the suit.

At Monday’s proceedings, counsel to the appellant, Ukpai Ukairo, insisted that President Buhari was not educationally qualified to have stood for the presidential poll on the grounds that the required certificates were not attached to his form CF001, submitted to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for clearance to contest the presidential poll.
The counsel denied the claim that the suit of the appellant was statute barred, adding that the case was instituted on November 5, 2018 within the 14 days allowed by law. He said the cause of action started with the announcement and publication by INEC of successful candidates for the 2019 general election on October 25, 2018.

Ukairo therefore urged the Court of Appeal to allow the appeal and set aside the decision of the Federal High Court on grounds of miscarriage of justice.
He asked the court to nullify Buhari’s participation in the February 23 presidential election because he was not educational qualified for the poll at the time he did.

However, lawyers to the 1st and 2nd respondents urged the court to dismiss the appeal for being incompetent and lacking merit.

Buhari’s counsel, Abdullahi Abubakar, specifically told the Appeal Court that the case of the appellant was statute barred having not been filed within the mandatory period stipulated by the law.
He urged the court to uphold the decision of the Federal High Court to the effect that the suit was not filed in line with the position of the law.

Counsel to the All Progressives Congress Babatunde Ogala, argued in the same line with Buhari and urged the court to dismiss the appeal, while counsel to INEC, Onyeri Anthony, said the commission was neutral and would abide by the decision of the Court.

Kalu, Ismail and El-Kuris had approached the appellate court to nullify and set aside the Judgment of the Abuja division of the Federal High Court which declined to hear their suit instituted to challenge the educational qualification of President Buhari before the conduct of the 2019 general election.

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Appeal Court Reserves Judgment in Suit Challenging Buhari's Academic Qualification
editorJuly 8, 2019 3:25 Pm
Alex Enumah in Abuja

The Abuja division of the Court of Appeal on Monday reserved judgment in the appeal filed against President Muhammadu Buhari’s academic qualification for the 2019 presidential election.

The three member panel of the appellate court presided over by Justice Atinuke Akomolafe-Wilson, reserved judgment after listening to the argument canvassed by counsel to parties in the suit.

At Monday’s proceedings, counsel to the appellant, Ukpai Ukairo, insisted that President Buhari was not educationally qualified to have stood for the presidential poll on the grounds that the required certificates were not attached to his form CF001, submitted to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for clearance to contest the presidential poll.


The counsel denied the claim that the suit of the appellant was statute barred, adding that the case was instituted on November 5, 2018 within the 14 days allowed by law. He said the cause of action started with the announcement and publication by INEC of successful candidates for the 2019 general election on October 25, 2018.

Ukairo therefore urged the Court of Appeal to allow the appeal and set aside the decision of the Federal High Court on grounds of miscarriage of justice.


He asked the court to nullify Buhari’s participation in the February 23 presidential election because he was not educational qualified for the poll at the time he did.

However, lawyers to the 1st and 2nd respondents urged the court to dismiss the appeal for being incompetent and lacking merit.

Buhari’s counsel, Abdullahi Abubakar, specifically told the Appeal Court that the case of the appellant was statute barred having not been filed within the mandatory period stipulated by the law.


He urged the court to uphold the decision of the Federal High Court to the effect that the suit was not filed in line with the position of the law.

Counsel to the All Progressives Congress Babatunde Ogala, argued in the same line with Buhari and urged the court to dismiss the appeal, while counsel to INEC, Onyeri Anthony, said the commission was neutral and would abide by the decision of the Court.

Kalu, Ismail and El-Kuris had approached the appellate court to nullify and set aside the Judgment of the Abuja division of the Federal High Court which declined to hear their suit instituted to challenge the educational qualification of President Buhari before the conduct of the 2019 general election.


The appellants in their appeal are asking the appellate court to reverse the judgment of Justice Ahmed Mohammed on the grounds that the processes filed by Buhari and used to strike out their suit were not competent.

While faulting the Judgment of the lower court, which was predicated on the grounds that the suit was statute barred, the appellants claimed that the Federal High Court erred in law and in its decison because they did not challenge the primary election that produced Buhari as candidate of the APC.

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Appeal Court Reserves Judgment in Suit Challenging Buhari's Academic Qualification
editorJuly 8, 2019 3:25 Pm
Alex Enumah in Abuja

The Abuja division of the Court of Appeal on Monday reserved judgment in the appeal filed against President Muhammadu Buhari’s academic qualification for the 2019 presidential election.

The three member panel of the appellate court presided over by Justice Atinuke Akomolafe-Wilson, reserved judgment after listening to the argument canvassed by counsel to parties in the suit.

At Monday’s proceedings, counsel to the appellant, Ukpai Ukairo, insisted that President Buhari was not educationally qualified to have stood for the presidential poll on the grounds that the required certificates were not attached to his form CF001, submitted to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) for clearance to contest the presidential poll.


The counsel denied the claim that the suit of the appellant was statute barred, adding that the case was instituted on November 5, 2018 within the 14 days allowed by law. He said the cause of action started with the announcement and publication by INEC of successful candidates for the 2019 general election on October 25, 2018.

Ukairo therefore urged the Court of Appeal to allow the appeal and set aside the decision of the Federal High Court on grounds of miscarriage of justice.


He asked the court to nullify Buhari’s participation in the February 23 presidential election because he was not educational qualified for the poll at the time he did.

However, lawyers to the 1st and 2nd respondents urged the court to dismiss the appeal for being incompetent and lacking merit.

Buhari’s counsel, Abdullahi Abubakar, specifically told the Appeal Court that the case of the appellant was statute barred having not been filed within the mandatory period stipulated by the law.


He urged the court to uphold the decision of the Federal High Court to the effect that the suit was not filed in line with the position of the law.

Counsel to the All Progressives Congress Babatunde Ogala, argued in the same line with Buhari and urged the court to dismiss the appeal, while counsel to INEC, Onyeri Anthony, said the commission was neutral and would abide by the decision of the Court.

Kalu, Ismail and El-Kuris had approached the appellate court to nullify and set aside the Judgment of the Abuja division of the Federal High Court which declined to hear their suit instituted to challenge the educational qualification of President Buhari before the conduct of the 2019 general election.


The appellants in their appeal are asking the appellate court to reverse the judgment of Justice Ahmed Mohammed on the grounds that the processes filed by Buhari and used to strike out their suit were not competent.

While faulting the Judgment of the lower court, which was predicated on the grounds that the suit was statute barred, the appellants claimed that the Federal High Court erred in law and in its decison because they did not challenge the primary election that produced Buhari as candidate of the APC.


They therefore urged the Court of Appeal to assume jurisdiction over the suit and grant all the reliefs sought at the Federal High Court but which were refused.

Among the reliefs were a declaration that Buhari submitted false information regarding his qualification and certifcate to INEC for the purpose of contesting election into the office of the President of Nigeria and that he should be disqualified.

They also prayed for an order of court directing INEC to remove Buhari’s name as a candidate of APC and another order restraining Buhari from parading himself as a candidate in the 2019 presidential election and also APC from recognizing Buhari as a candidate.

The Federal High Court had on May 2 declined to grant the request of the appellants on the grounds that the suit was not filed within the time allowed by law and therefore sustained the preliminary objection raised by Buhari at the hearing.

But not satisfied, the appellants are now asking the Court of Appeal to grant their reliefs because they are not challenging the primary election of APC as erroneously held by the lower court but the qualification of Buhari to stand for the presidential election without demonstrating his educational certificates as required by law.

Source: https://www.thisdaylive.com/index.php/2019/07/08/appeal-court-reserves-judgment-in-suit-challenging-buharis-academic-qualification/amp/?__twitter_impression=true







EX-PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN MESSED UP THIS SERIOUS EVIDENCE AGAINST PRESIDENT BUHARI.

IF JONATHAN HAD FOLLOWED UP THIS ASPECT OF BUHARI'S ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION HE WOULD HAVE PUSH ASIDE BUHARI AND WIN THE 2015 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION.

NOW BUHARI HAS GONE TO USE MONEY TO CLOSE UP HIS TRACTS.

BUT GOD ALMIGHTY WILL CATCH UP WITH HIM.

EITHER THE ELECTION THAT HE RIGGED TO BECOME PRESIDENT

OR

THE FORGED CERTIFICATE.

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Re: Appeal Court Reserves Judgment In Suit Challenging Buhari's Academic Qualificati by LadyD91: 4:37pm On Jul 08
Ok
Re: Appeal Court Reserves Judgment In Suit Challenging Buhari's Academic Qualificati by princeade86(m): 4:37pm On Jul 08
buhari will still win dis, unless the judge don't corrupted before.

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Re: Appeal Court Reserves Judgment In Suit Challenging Buhari's Academic Qualificati by virginboy1(m): 4:38pm On Jul 08
Meanwhile


Ruth weds Gabriel = RUGA 2019
Constance weds Zachariah = COZA 2019
grin

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Re: Appeal Court Reserves Judgment In Suit Challenging Buhari's Academic Qualificati by davillian(m): 4:39pm On Jul 08
No1 citizen no school cert grin

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Re: Appeal Court Reserves Judgment In Suit Challenging Buhari's Academic Qualificati by osejie17(m): 4:40pm On Jul 08
All dis long write up. you no know say na him start miracle center for waec.
Re: Appeal Court Reserves Judgment In Suit Challenging Buhari's Academic Qualificati by Solidkay(m): 4:40pm On Jul 08
Nigeria is like a home video

Our president is the director, the writer, the producer, the one playing the lead role.

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Re: Appeal Court Reserves Judgment In Suit Challenging Buhari's Academic Qualificati by elganzar(m): 4:40pm On Jul 08
Wahs all these nonsense sef

Does he have certificate _ Yes or No?

(If Yes)

Is the presented certificate authentic or not?
Re: Appeal Court Reserves Judgment In Suit Challenging Buhari's Academic Qualificati by MEGAWATCH: 4:41pm On Jul 08
EVEN IF BUHARI WINS THIS CASE, THE WHOLE WORLD AND THE PEOPLE OF GOOD CONSCIENCE KNOWS THAT "BUHARI IS NOT ACADEMICALLY QUALIFY TO CONTEST FOR THE POSITION OF PRESIDENT" IN NIGERIA.
IF YOU LIKE KEEP DECEIVING YOURSELF QND FORGET THAT TOMORROW IS COMING.

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Re: Appeal Court Reserves Judgment In Suit Challenging Buhari's Academic Qualificati by Sunnycliff(m): 4:41pm On Jul 08
Since we all wanted a man with bread label as a certificate, RUGA is just the beginning.

Our sophisticated brothers are happy we are all in this together
Re: Appeal Court Reserves Judgment In Suit Challenging Buhari's Academic Qualificati by Hienna(m): 4:42pm On Jul 08
princeade86:
buhari will still win dis, unless the judge don't corrupted before.
Jeesu!!!!!

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Re: Appeal Court Reserves Judgment In Suit Challenging Buhari's Academic Qualificati by boysy: 4:43pm On Jul 08
IN NIGERIA ONE CAN RULL WITHOUT CERTIFICATE.

WHY KILLING OURSELVE WITH JUDICIARY..
Re: Appeal Court Reserves Judgment In Suit Challenging Buhari's Academic Qualificati by Dshocker(m): 4:43pm On Jul 08
Nigeria has the most useless president ever in the history of mankind
Re: Appeal Court Reserves Judgment In Suit Challenging Buhari's Academic Qualificati by Maket: 4:44pm On Jul 08
They reserved the judgement for who? grin
Re: Appeal Court Reserves Judgment In Suit Challenging Buhari's Academic Qualificati by Edyice: 4:45pm On Jul 08
Hausa people has finally finished the great nation

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Re: Appeal Court Reserves Judgment In Suit Challenging Buhari's Academic Qualificati by papyskinsy: 4:46pm On Jul 08
princeade86:
buhari will still win dis, unless the judge don't corrupted before.


broo I bow ohh.. u be strong man wt strong words

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