The West African Review Board (WAEC) officially confirmed on Thursday that Kwara State Governor Alhaji Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq applied for the high school exit examinations in 1976 at the Kaduna School of Government.
The council also confirmed that he had applied for the test using Razaq A R. as it appears in the credentials he repeatedly submitted to the National Electoral Commission of Independence, INEC when he was running for the elections.
The confirmation was contained in the exact certified copy of the results of the governor and of other candidates of the same group in which it was stated that the examining body referred to the electoral tribunal.
The document, which is the statement of results and the sample numbered P3B, was presented by Olorunsola Victor O., a senior examination officer in the Ilorin office of the regional review body.
The witness, during the interrogation, also confirmed to the court that at least 31 other candidates had their abbreviated names, ending the claims of the Popular Democratic Party, PDP. That the WAEC did not allow abbreviations during that time.
When asked if it would be a horrible lie for someone to say that Abdulrazaq did not write the exam, the witness said “yes.”
Oshindehinde HSA signed the CTC of the result, Undersecretary of WAEC, school exams department on behalf of the Head of the national office of the agency, Olu I.Adenipekun.