Tinubu’s ex-spokesman, Onoh accuses Atiku of forgery, impersonation


President Bola Tinubu’s ex-spokesman in the south east and
former gubernatorial candidate in Enugu state, Dr. Josef Onoh has accused
former Vice President Atiku Abubakar of certificate forgery and impersonation,
citing inconsistencies in Atiku’s primary, secondary and tertiary certificates.


Onoh particularly disclosed that the change of name
Affidavit which Atiku brandishes was manufactured on a Saturday, contrary to
working days which Nigerian courts use to issue such relevant documents.


He therefore branded Atiku as the ‘Harry Houdini’ of
impersonation, adding that the former Vice President is also a ‘Cam Gerian’
parading a fake affidavit.


Onoh said that ‘Cam Gerians’ was a name given to Nigerian
migrants to south west Cameroon who constituted the largest number of migrants
after the 1961 plebiscite, where they were denied Cameroonian nationality and
citizenship in spite of their long stay in Cameroon and enormous contributions
to the development towards their host communities and country, contrary to
Atiku’s case in Nigeria where he was allowed to exercise his political
liberties and eventually became the Vice president.


Revealing Atiku’s alleged Cameroonian origin, Onoh said that
the 2023 Presidential Candidate of the PDP originally paraded as “Atiku Kojoli”
on his primary school certificate and as “Siddiq Abubakar” in his 1965 West
African School Certificate and General Certificate of Examination (WASSCE).


Onoh went further to disclose that Atiku’s change of name
affidavit indicated a date of 18th August 1973 when legally regularized his
name from Siddiq Abubakar to Atiku Abubakar, yet there is no clear explanation
for the other name, ‘Atiku Kojoli.’


“Marvelously, the said 18th day off August fell on a
Saturday and not a working day; Atiku’s signature on the said affidavit didn’t
fade after 50yrs to blend with the faded ink characters of the affidavit.
Meanwhile, only Nigerian citizens can change their names in their country.
Foreigners in Nigeria must first gain Nigerian citizenship before being
eligible for a name change,” Onoh detected.


He challenged Atiku to furnish Nigerians a legal and
compelling reason for opting for his assorted change of names and to produce
the Deed poll executed to change his name in 1965.


“I challenge Atiku to produce any valid document showing he
was a Nigerian citizen as at 1965 and prior to the time he changed his name
twice. I challenge Atiku to produce evidence that the affidavit he parades was
allegedly signed, knowing that it is compulsory for the public to know that he
now bears new names, Siddiq, and Atiku, which were supposed to have been
published in any legacy newspaper in Nigeria of 1965 and 1973.


“I challenge Atiku to produce, after publication, the copy
of his new names, Siddiq in 1965 and Atiku in 1973, which was printed in Nigeria’s
official gazette indicating he altered his names.


 “Therefore, Atiku is
parading a fake unauthenticated document and I challenge him to show proof of
the aforementioned documents required for a change of name he complied with in
1965 and 1973. He should also show Nigerians a signed court affidavit
confirming his name change which should not be older than one year in 1965 and
1973 and also a newspaper clipping that reflected his announcement of his name


“This should also be less than a year from the date of the
advertisement in 1965 and 1973. Atiku must submit the declaration/advertisement
he typed with two passport-sized pictures of his then most recent appearance in
1965 and 1973, a letter of attestation from a credible source, an official
announcement of the adjustment, a copy of the Official Gazette, which includes
his name.


“It is therefore clear from the foregoing that the Chief
magistrate’s court registry in Apapa Lagos was able to open for Atiku to
execute his Affidavit on a Saturday because he, Atiku, is definitely the Harry
Houdini of fraud and impersonation,” Onoh alleged.


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