APC Is Jittery Over Case Against Buhari – Atiku Releases Fresh Bombshell

The camp of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Presidential candidate and former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar, said the All Progressives Congress (APC) was losing their minds by raising false accusations knowing that President Muhammadu Bhari will lose at the tribunal.

This was contained in a statement Tuesday night by Atiku’s Special Assistant on Youth and Support Groups, Aliyu Bin Abbas.

“They should stop all these inconsequential issues and face the court. It is obvious they know our judicial system will rule against the evil that was carried out during the general elections,” he said.

Abbas said that he was completely disturbed by the ‘new low level’ the APC was taking Nigeria’s democracy to.

“I have watched from a distance to see how Nigeria’s democracy has suffered from the hands of some tyrants and political riffraffs who hide under the umbrella of the APC,” he lamented

“In the history of electioneering, Nigeria has never faced what happened in the just concluded elections”.

He stated that the February 23 presidential election was warming up to register in the history books as the worst ever the world over.

“It is the biggest fraud to happen in any political terrain. Now they’re jittery knowing full well that the whole world knows what happened.

“How frustrated can they be by telling cheap lies and distorting the process of the tribunal with controversial claims about His Excellency, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar’s Citizenship?

“The evidence are there, and we must regain our stolen mandate.

“Nigeria has come of age, where you seat down and rattle the system with deceits and you expect it citizenry not to react. #BringBackOurMandate #AtikuIsComing,” he concluded.

Written by Current News Now

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