Still on senator Ademola Adeleke’s certificate scandals

by Adabanija Kamorudeen

AdeDancer fans, Quickly digest this:
Adeleke actually dropped out of the school in Form 4, as he was not seen in the school for Form 5 (1980/81 session)
Adeleke’s Testimonial was purportedly signed in July 1988 on a letterhead that has the address: ‘P.O. Box 6, Ede, Osun State.’ Unfortunately, Osun had not yet been created in 1988. Ede was under Oyo State until the creation of Osun in 1991.
Also, as the documents show, Adeleke’s Statement of Result was issued by a completely different but non-existing school, ‘Ede Muslim High School’. Meanwhile, it is impossible for anyone to receive a testimonial by a school for completing an exam written in another school. So, Ede Muslim High School could not have issued a Statement of Result for an examination written at Ede Muslim Grammar School where the student was purported registered.
In the statement of result, the candidate was said to have written the ‘Senior School Certificate Examination (SSCE), contrary to the name of the exam at the time: West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASCE).

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