Why Was Atiku Not Called Cameroonian When he donated to APC – Spokesperson

The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, has described the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) as the home to hypocrites who speak from both sides of the mouth.

Atiku said the APC rather than providing evidence to support Buhari’s supposed victory at the poll are busy chasing trivialities to hoodwink innocent Nigerians.

Vanguard reports that Atiku’s spokesperson, Kassim Afegbua, in reaction to the claim that the PDP candidate is a Cameroonian said the APC is chasing shadow instead of substance in an election they massively rigged to profit themselves.

“Afegbua said: “At first, they said Atiku Abubakar was not a Nigerian.

Again, they said we hacked the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC server. “When Atiku Abubakar was donating money to them in the APC, they decorated him with golden ornaments; when he was providing logistics, they were all swarming around him, calling him the great Waziri,” Afegbua said.

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He also said that those who preached integrity suddenly joined the hypocritical chorus, sheer double standards and a character profiling that exposes the dubiety of those APC chieftains.

“Suddenly they remembered that Atiku is no longer a Nigerian, a former Vice President at that, a business tycoon whose productivity is not in doubt.

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A man who has impacted positively on thousands of Nigerians by way of employment. “But we will not be distracted by their double speak.

Nigerians know that Atiku Abubakar won the election and even the APC knows that in the hearts of Nigerians, they didnt win the election, but we will shock them with further proofs at the tribunal.,” he noted.

Meanwhile, Arctic Reporters had earlier reported that the Minority Leader of the Ogun House of Assembly, Olawale Alausa, has decamped to the All Progressives Congress (APC) from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

The lawmaker said he decided to join the leading party after due consultations with his constituents and supporters.

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