Nigeria presidency says it is yet to be briefed officially about the alleged forged National Youth Service Corp (NYSC) certificate of Finance Minister, Kemi Adeosun.

Premium Times last weekend revealed that Adeosun did not undergo the compulsory service when she graduated at the age of 22 from a foreign institution, and fraudulently obtained an exemption certificate at 42, in violation of the NYSC establishment act, Decree No 24 of 1973 as amended.

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Senior Special Assistant to the President, Garba Shehu, said he has not heard about the issue.

“Well, I have not been briefed on this. I haven’t heard of it being spoken. I am completely unaware of anything,” he said in response to THISDAY’s query on what President Muhammadu Buhari was doing about the allegation that one of his ministers committed the crime of forgery.

However, a reliable source at the NYSC Headquarters in Abuja told THISDAY that the service would issue a statement on the allegation on Monday, refusing though to state whether the exemption certificate was actually issued by it or not.

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