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'WAEC Scratch Card Confirms Sanwo-Olu Submitted Fake GCE Result To INEC - Jandor'

The Peoples Democratic Party and its governorship candidate, Abdul-Azeez Adediran (Jandor) submitted its petition before the Lagos governorship election petitions tribunal.

The Peoples Democratic Party in Lagos State and its guber candidate. Abdul-Azeez Adediran (Jandor) have shared more evidence concerning its allegation that the Governor of Lagos State, Babajide Sanwo-Olu submitted fake WAEC result to the Independent National Electoral Commission.
Jandor petitioned the Lagos governorship election petitions tribunal asking it to disqualify Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu and nullify his governorship victory over the allegation.
He said the alleged fake exam result was submitted to INEC during his first-term governorship bid.
Mr Adediran and PDP alleged that Mr Sanwo-Olu failed to attach a copy of the GCE O’Level result he claimed to obtain in 1981 along with his form EC9 as required by the Electoral Act 2022, stressing “this development sparked a curiosity, with Adediran and PDP applying for the CTC of Governor Sanwo-Olu 2019 from CF001.”
The petition explained, “It was then discovered that a statement of result issued by Ijebu Ife Community Grammar School, Ijebu-Ife for May/June 1981 GCE O’Level examination with examination number 17624/118, which he submitted for his first term election as governor of the state was not confirmed by WAEC. When JANDOR and PDP approached WAEC for confirmation, they were directed to purchase the scratch card for verification of the WAEC result scratch card, which then confirmed the results as not emanating from WAEC. It came back to be a fake result.”
The party and Mr Adediran want the disqualification of the All Progressives Congress and the Labour Party candidates in the election for non-compliance with the Electoral Act 2022.


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