Investigate Chicago State University Over Tinubu’s Result – Timi Frank Tells FBI


A former Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Timi Frank, has called on the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) to investigate the authorities of the Chicago State University over its refusal to release the academic records of President Bola Tinubu.

Frank argued that the probe was necessary to determine the authenticity of the certificates offered to Americans who graduate from the University.

The political activist made the call via a statement issued on Friday.

He insisted that Tinubu’s records are public documents, hence there was no need to keep them hidden.

Frank opined that Tinubu is a public servant, which means that he is accountable to the Nigerian people.

He called on the president to make his records available, if he indeed has nothing to hide.

According to Frank, “Tinubu’s records are public documents because the Chicago State University is a public academic institution and not a secret cult organisation. After all, the fake certificate being paraded by Tinubu are on the website created by CSU for fake certificates and that of Tinubu is there as a bad imitation of the genuine Bola Tinubu (female).

“Tinubu is also a public servant that is duty bound to be accountable to Nigerians if he has nothing to hide or if the academic records he claims from the university are genuine.

“Or better still, if there is nothing fishy between him and the university. We believe the university should be proud to showcase the records of its former students by releasing them on demand except they have been compromised.

“If Tinubu’s certificate is genuine and something he is proud of, he should have allowed the university to release it to the public because he’s serving the public as he claims.

“There is no difference between what they are doing in America and what is being done in Nigeria. So, the US should do everything to give Nigerians the records required with all urgency.

“We appeal to the judge in the State of Chicago court to order the university to release those documents they way it would have been done if a U.S. citizen had made a similar application.”


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