President Buhari’s spokesman Bashir Ahmad has revealed how the President got his attestation of result.
“submit your two recent passport photographs and pay N20,000 in draft, WAEC will do the rest for you,” he said.
IN CASE YOU DON’T KNOW; just as President @MBuhari did, you can also obtain “Attestation of Results” from @WAECNigeria. Lost your certificate? Submit your two recent passport photographs and pay N20,000 in draft, WAEC will do the rest for you. #BuhariCertificate pic.twitter.com/HixrDG8L42
— Bashir Ahmad (@BashirAhmaad) November 2, 2018
Controversy has trailed Buhari’s eligibility to even contest for the highest political office in the country since 2015.
President Buhari’s special adviser on media and publicity who could not contain his excitement of having shut up the mouths of “their accusers”, took to Twitter and asked what the “naysayers” would move on to next.
WAEC presents attestation certificate and confirmation of school cert result to President Buhari. What will the naysayers say next?
— Femi Adesina (@FemAdesina) November 2, 2018
Obviously, the stakes are higher now than in 2015. They didn’t care about the ‘naysayers’ three years ago.
WAEC, through its Registrar, Iyi Uwadiae, had on Friday presented the attestation of results to Buhari at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.
Nigerians definitely didn’t buy this action by the examination body and promptly asked why the President didn’t present this certificate in 2015.
“What happened was that Move On. Nigeria went to Ghana to ask for a record that is in Nigeria. Was the exam done in Ghana? And for the avoidance of doubt, only the candidate and a court of competent jurisdiction can ask the Council for any certificate/result.” WAEC responded on their official Twitter page.
What happened was that Move On Nigeria went to Ghana to ask for a record that is in Nigeria. Was the exam done in Ghana? And for the avoidance of doubt, only the candidate and a court of competent jurisdiction can ask the Council for any certificate/result. https://t.co/khKJKBUDGP
— WAEC NIGERIA (@waecnigeria) November 2, 2018
So, in case you lost your WAEC certificate? You know what to do now.