If Keyamo Tries To Defend Tinubu We Will Produce Damning Evidence Of The Statement He Made Under Oath – Bwala

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Daniel Bwala, an aide to Atiku Abubakar, the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) during the 2023 general elections, has stated that the best way to counterattack the Minister of Aviation and Aerospace Development, Festus Keyamo, on President Bola Tinubu’s Chicago State University (CSU) academic records is to make reference to a statement he made under oath during his court case with the Lagos State House of Assembly.

Bellnews recalls that Keyamo, in a post shared on his X handle on Sunday, had said Atiku must find the vendor who issued the replacement certificate to find out if it is genuine or not.

He berated those comparing the President certificate saga to the case of erstwhile President Muhammadu Buhari.

He said, “Applying this principle to the case of Atiku Abubakar V Chicago State University, so long as the University openly said THEY DO NOT ISSUE REPLACEMENT CERTIFICATES, BUT THAT VENDORS DO SO ON THEIR BEHALF, all these noise about so-called forgery are useless until THE PARTICULAR VENDOR THAT ISSUED the replacement certificate to @officialABAT denies its authenticity.

“And it is the duty of the accuser to fish out the said vendor and get that evidence. It is not the other way round. He who alleges must prove.

“This is the simple principle I laid down in 2019 during our defence of President Buhari that has been so mischievously celebrated as if they have hit the bull’s eye.”

However, Bwala, in a bid to rubbish Keyamo’s defence, stated that the best way to counter the minister is to cite the case of ‘Keyamo versus House of Assembly.’

He warned that if Keyamo should continue defending Tinubu’s CSU result he would provide damning evidence of the statement he made under oath.

He wrote, “Whenever @fkeyamo Festus Keyamo tries to give opinion on the @officialABAT Tinubu certificate forgery, just cite this case law.

“Keyamo V. House Of Assembly, Lagos State (2002)18 NWLR (Pt. 799) 605 —

“To him and ask him whether he still stands by the statement he made under Oath in that case, just like the CSU registrars statement under oath.

“If he says pim, we would produce what he stated in that law report. Damning stuff.”

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