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WAEC confirms Ademola Adeleke wrote his exam in 1981

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The West African Examination Council, WAEC, Wednesday confirmed that the embattled Senator Ademola Adeleke who was accused of not having its certificate actually wrote his WAEC exams in 1981.

In a report published by Thecable, the council confirmed Adeleke’s participation in an affidavit deposed at an FCT high court in Bwari, Abuja.

In the affidavit sworn to by Henry Sunday Adewunmi Osindeinde, deputy registrar, head of school examination department, WAEC confirmed Adeleke sat for the May/April 1981 at Ede Muslim High School in Osun state.

Recall that the dancing senator Adeleke who is also the Osun state PDP gubernatorial candidate was accused of not having West African School Certificate and he did not graduate from Jacksonville State University (JSU) in the United States by icirnigeria.org, Rasheed Olabayo and Oluwaseun Idowu respectively.

In view of that, policemen from Force Criminal Investigation Department (FCID), Alagbon, Lagos in August 2, started an investigation and stormed Ede Muslim High School I, where the principal of the school, Mr. Khalid Abbas, was arrested and taken to the State Criminal Investigation Department (SCID) Osogbo.

In a bid to maintain the democratic principle and rule of law, Court therefore gave WAEC five days to produce Adeleke’s results.

The court, in a ruling that was delivered by Justice Othman Musa, directed that WAEC should depose an affidavit, to either deny or confirm that Adeleke who is currently representing Osun West Senatorial District, sat for the Exams the Council conducted at Ede Muslim High School in Ede, Osun State, in 1981. WAEC today however, confirmed that Adeleke sat for its examination.

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Atiku mourns former Ohaneze Ndigbo President, Dozie Ikedife

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Former Vice President, the presidential flag bearer of Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Atiku Abubakar has mourned the late former President of Ohaneze Ndigbo, Dr. Dozie Ikedife.

“On behalf of my family, I mourn the loss of Dr Dozie Ikedife, a former President-General of Ohaneze Ndigbo. He was a true patriot who worked for a united, democratic and fair Nigeria. May he rest in peace. –AA,” he said on Twitter.

Ikedife died earlier this week and was buried in his home town, at Nnewi, Anambra state.

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Atiku Abubakar signs the Peace Accord

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The presidential flag bearer of Peoples Democratic Party, PDP,, Atiku Abubakar has signed the peace accord, for the peaceful 2019 general election.

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Former Ohanaeze Ndigbo President, Dozie Ikedife dies at 88

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Former President-General of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Dr. Dozie Ikedife is dead.

He died on Tuesday at 7pm, at the age of 88 in his Nnewi residence, according to his son.

He will be buried on Wednesday, Dec 12 at 5pm in his compound.”

The Imo State Governor, and Chairman Progressives Governors Forum, Owelle Rochas Okorocha said described Dr. Ikedife as a selfless leader who made sacrifices in the overall interest of Ndi-Igbo in particular and Nigeria as a nation.

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