Certificate Scandal: Buhari Was Treated Badly By Army During Jonathan

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President Muhammadu Buhari was allegedly mistreated by some military hierarchy when Goodluck Jonathan was in power, Garba Shehu, the senior special assistant on media and publicity to the president, claimed.

Garba Shehu took to his towards Buhari’s WAEC (West African Examination Council) papers. Before the March 28 presidential election, the Nigerian military claimed that it did not have the record of the certificate.

Reacting to online criticisms against Buhari for receiving some vehicles from the former National Security Adviser Sambo Dasuki, Shehu stated that the president was entitled to what he received.

“Cars are just a few in a litany of entitlements written in that law, although it is contestable to say that General Buhari had been given his due entitlements by successive administrations as provided thereunder. Regime after regime treated him as if he was not a former Head of State.

“The military in particular treated him so badly that its leaders kept silent when the PDP charged that he didn’t have WAEC papers. One shameless Army Records officer said the former Head of State had no records at all under their system,” Shehu’s post reads.

“It was at this time that the Chief of Army Staff (at that time) thought it necessary to reinstate the armed convoy to protect him. When they brought the two cars within a few days of his being bombed, the staff of the General were merely informed that this was from the Federal Government in fulfillment of its obligation to him,” the statement further says.

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