A data and public affairs analyst, Durojaiye Ogunsanya, has come forward to shed light on the long-standing controversy surrounding President Bola Tinubu’s education at Chicago State University in the United States of America. Over the years, skeptics have questioned the authenticity of Tinubu’s certificate, as no one seemed to be able to verify his claims. In an exclusive interview with TVC News on Tuesday, Ogunsanya confirmed that both he and the President were indeed students at the university and graduated in 1979.
Ogunsanya, who openly acknowledges his association with Tinubu, dismissed the doubts and reaffirmed their shared educational background. He revealed, “We met at Chicago State University, where we were enrolled in the same program within the College of Accounting Business and Administrative. Our major was Accounting, and we were classmates throughout our time there. We both obtained our degrees in 1979.”
Highlighting the significance of his testimony, Ogunsaya emphasized that Tinubu was not only present at the university but also excelled academically. He stated, “I can personally vouch for his presence and dedication. We attended the same classes, studied together, and I can attest to his commitment as a student. Tinubu did attend the university, and I have my diploma as evidence to prove it.”
The analyst felt compelled to clarify the matter, not for personal gain or any favors, but to set the record straight once and for all. He hoped that his firsthand account would put an end to the lingering doubts surrounding Tinubu’s educational background. By speaking out, Ogunsanya aimed to provide transparency and quell any speculation that might tarnish the President’s reputation.
As the controversy surrounding Tinubu’s certificate comes to a close, the confirmation from Ogunsanya, who studied alongside the President, carries significant weight. This statement serves as tangible proof that Tinubu did indeed attend Chicago State University and graduated in 1979, further solidifying the legitimacy of his educational achievements.