A justice of the federal high court in Abuja has adjourned a suit challenging the veracity of the academic credentials of President Muhammadu Buhari indefinitely.
In his ruling on Thursday at the federal high court in Abuja, Justice Adeniyi Ademola, has adjourned a suit challenging the veracity of the academic credentials of President Muhammadu Buhari indefinitely.
The justice said that the case was being adjourned indefinitely, following a notice of an appeal filed by the president.
It was reported that on Wednesday, President Buhari who is on a 10-day holiday in London, had appealed against a previous ruling of the court dismissing his preliminary objection to the suit filed by Nnamdi Nwokocha-Ahaaiwe, an Abuja-based lawyer.
The bottom-line of Nwokocha’s suit is that the president was not qualified to run for president because he did not possess the minimum qualification to run for the office. He is alleging that Buhari did not sit for the Cambridge West African School Certificate WASC) in 1961.
Senior lawyers lined up by the president to argue his case are Wole Olanipekun (SAN), Lateef O. Fagbemi (SAN), Akin Olujinmi (SAN), Oluwarotimi O. Akeredolu (SAN), Kola Awodein (SAN), Taiwo Osipitan (SAN).
Others are Charles Edosomwan (SAN), Emeka Ngige (SAN), Femi Atoyebi (SAN), Femi Falana (SAN), Funke Aboyade (SAN), H.O. Afolabi