The APC presidential candidate Mohammedu Buhari has again failed to produce his Waec certificate for the second time. However, Buhari has been unable to produce his authentic WAEC results since he was elected into the seat of President, in 2015.

The issue of certificate has continued to generate controversy and tainting his political reputation. Recall that in 2017 when the issue of certificate was raised, president Buhari being compelled, manufactured fake WEAC results. The faked results contains his coloured almost-present photograph and with the paper looking too allegedly manufactured.

Many Nigerian Politicians has been battling certificate scandal and forgery. The PDP Kogi west Dino Maleye, Osun state senator Adeleke, others. But that of Mohammedu Buhari has become more of a national disgrace, 'a president without certificate' . According to the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, that aspiring political candidates or political officials must have at least first school leaving certificate.

But, it seemed Nigerian President don't have any and has been on the seat of power for few years now, completing his first tenure without authentic results and now going for  second tenure, yet without results.

In the same sequel, Muhammadu Buhari has again  failed to submit his academic credentials to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) ahead of his bid to seek re-election in 2019.

Mr Buhari, a retired major general, instead told the electoral body that his credentials are still with the military,  Ultimatetimes Tv gathered.

INEC on Thursday pasted names of 70 out of 91 political parties fielding candidates for presidential elections in 2019, including President Buhari.

The commission is expected to publish a full list of candidates of political parties today.

A list of candidates made available to journalists on Thursday indicate that Mr Buhari failed to attach necessary documents as requirement for his re- election bid.

Instead, he insisted the documents are in custody/care of the military. He attached an affidavit to support his

“I am the above named person and the deponent of this affidavit herein. All my academic qualification documents as filled in my Presidential form, APC/001/2015 are currently with the Secretary of the Military Board as of the time of this affidavit,” the affidavit reads.

Meanwhile, the candidate of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Atiku submitted relevant documents, with a Diploma in Law in 1969 from the Ahmadu Bello University being his highest qualification.

The former vice-president also attached tax returns indicating that he had paid N10.8m in tax from 2015 to 2017 while declaring his income within the period
as N60.2m.

Mr Atiku is Mr Buhari’s major contender in the forthcoming presidential election.

Recall that we earlier reported that President Buhari debunked major news last two days that he had no certificate.