Amid the certificate saga of the former Lagos governor, All Progressive Congres, APC, Chieftain has stated that Tinubu may not have a certificate like Buhari but he has wisdom to rule the country well.
Newsonline report that Dr. Musa Dangiwa, on Monday, advised Tinubu critics that it is impossible to curse who God has blessed.
Dr. Musa Dangiwa, who hails from Birnin Gwari Local Government Area of Kaduna State, currently battling Ansaru bandits attack said the All Progressive Congress presidential candidate, Bola Ahmed Tinubu does not need a certificate but wisdom the rule the country.
Musa Dangiwa questioned critics of Tinubu if the same certificate issue stopped President Buhari from completing his second term in office.
Dangiwa said, “President Buhari did not acquire University Education, yet he rules successfully for eight years.”
Dangiwa recounted, ” The same issue was raised when president Buhari was campaigning. Some, even said he did not go to primary school, and some said he cannot speak correct English. But he is about to complete his eight years in office.
“President Buhari ruled over professors, academia and highly intellectuals are his kitchen cabinet members, they decide on policies, and their implementations,” he said.
He stated that governance is not all about certificates, and qualifications, but God’s wisdom, knowledge, and understanding of the way, things should be done right, it’s impossible to curse anyone whom God has blessed.
He said that if Buhari can rule successfully for eight years, without blemish, Bola Tinubu will rule victoriously because of his antecedents.
National Leader, two terms former governor of Lagos State, and the presidential candidate of the ruling All Progressive Congress, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, in his presidential form submitted to the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, reportedly said he did not attend primary and secondary schools, and also that his claimed first-degree certificate for Chicago State University, was stolen by unknown soldiers.
Bola Ahmed Tinubu reported claim has been criticized by political commentators who wondered how the former Lagos governor could have graduated from the university without attending basic schools.