CRIME Atiku plans to To Smuggle ’Weapons Into Nigeria Through Cameroon – APC

Atiku plans to To Smuggle ’Weapons Into Nigeria Through Cameroon – APC

The All Progressives Congress, APC, has accused the Presidential Candidate of the People’s democratic party, PDP, of planning to smuggle cash and illegal weapons into the country from Cameroon ahead of the elections next week Saturday.

The ruling party made this known via its spokesperson, Yekini Nabena while addressing newsment Nabena said that Atiku is in charge of an extensive network in Cameroon and also has strong family ties in the country.

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Only recently, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Nnamdi Kanu claimed that the PDP’s presidential candidate is actually from Cameroon.

Pointing that the part of Adamawa which Atiku comes from was originally part of Cameroon.

Briefing the Newsmen, Nabena said:

“As a result of increased monitoring and scrutiny of financial transactions in the country particularly by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and the recently established Nigerian Financial Intelligence Unit (NFIU), Atiku has found it extremely difficult financing his campaign through his stash of illicit cash.

“In desperation, Atiku has perfected plans to smuggle in cash for vote buying and weapons to foment violence during the elections. It is not a coincidence that Atiku has quickly alleged plans to arrest some of his close aides and henchmen before the elections.

“Intelligence reports disclose the weapons and cash will be brought in through the Nigeria-Cameroun border where Atiku controls an extensive network and has strong family ties.

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“Atiku was born in Jada, in Ganye local government of Adamawa state. The area was once part of Cameroon before Nigeria’s independence. The International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol), local security and border agencies must be on high alert.”

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