The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) on Wednesday announced that allegations that President Bola Tinubu falsified his Chicago State University (CSU) certificate is false.
This follows an investigation by the BBC Global Disinformation Team on the Nigeria’s president alleged forged college record.
The BBC made its conclusion after they contacted CSU with questions about President Tinubu’s certificate controversies.
The report read partly, “We’re confident and always have been in the veracity and integrity of our records regarding Tinubu’s attendance and completion of graduation requirements”
Recall that there are allegations that President Tinubu’s certificates were falsified spread like wildfire on social media following the publication of the president’s academic records by CSU.
Meanwhile, an unidentified man believed to be in his 30s was on Tuesday crushed to death in Aba, Abia State, by a trailer.
The incident happened beside Luxury Hotels, along Aba-Owerri road, in the commercial city.
The trailer, driven by one Boniface Okonkwo, was said to have hit the victim, resulting in his death.
The Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) of Abia State Police Command, ASP Maureen Chioma Chinaka, confirmed the development.
The PPRO, who said that the corpse of the accident victim had been evacuated by Policemen from the Aba division, however, said investigations have commenced on the matter.
She added that the result of the investigation would reveal the details of how the accident happened.
“It was an accident. We are investigating the incident”, the PPRO said.
However, some online reports on Tuesday claimed the accident victim was pushed down from a speeding tricycle by some criminals called ‘One Chance’.
The online reports also claimed that the trailer which crushed the unidentified victim was coming from behind the tricycle and could not stop before running over the victim.