APC Ridiculous Assertion Shows Characters We Have In Government – Atiku

                             Atiku

The presidential candidate of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar yesterday said the ridiculous assertion of All Progressives Congress (APC) that he’s not a Nigerian citizen, shown the type of characters we have in government.

Atiku, who emphasised that he has verifiable and incontrovertible evidence to show that the last Presidential elections were fraudulent, not credible and did not reflect the will of the Nigerian people, added that he has been vindicated by the response of APC and its candidate, President Muhammadu Buhari, to his petition to the Electoral Tribunal hearing the petition he filed.

Atiku, in a statement by his Media Adviser, Paul Ibe said that those who have made Nigeria the world headquarters for extreme poverty are the very people whose Nigerianness should be in doubt, and not him.

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The former Vice President, who insisted that he based his case on facts and statistical evidence, challenged both the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) and the APC, to disprove his factual submissions.

“The fact that the APC chose to base its defence on the ridiculous assertion that the Waziri Adamawa is not a Nigerian should show to Nigerians the type of characters we have in the APC and its government, whose legitimacy runs out on May 29, 2019.

“The position of the APC is so pedestrian and shows such straw clutching desperation on their part, that I shall not dignify it with an answer. Our lawyers would, of course, do the needful in court. But the point I want to draw the attention of Nigerians to, is that both the APC and its candidate have by this infantile logic admitted to the fact that they trampled on the will of Nigerians and that their only defence is to attempt an unconstitutional redefinition of the term ‘Nigerian’.

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“I am, however, confident in the Nigerian judiciary, as well as in the Nigerian people. I trust that the Tribunal will treat such a claim with the contempt it deserves. We must maintain our fidelity to the rule of law and to our fountain of origin, the 1999 Nigerian Constitution (as amended),” he said.

Atiku explained that he has served this nation diligently in various capacities, from the civil service, where he rose through merit, to the top of his chosen field, to public service, where, by the grace of God, he was the Vice President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

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He added that he has committed his assets and talents to developing this nation through the provision of tens of thousands of direct jobs and hundreds of thousands of indirect jobs.

“I make bold to state that those who have made Nigeria the world headquarters for extreme poverty are the very people whose Nigerianness should be in doubt, and not a man, who worked with President Olusegun Obasanjo to double the per capita Income of our nation in less than eight years,” he emphasised.

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