Atiku Calls For Lai Mohammed’s Arrest

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The Presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has raised an alarm that some “unscrupulous elements” are planning to implicate him by perpetrating a crime.

Buhari and Atiku
Buhari and Atiku

His claimed is similar to the current situation the Senate President, Bukola Saraki found himself when an armed robbery suspect allegedly indicted him.

In a statement by his spokesman, Paul Ibe, these elements are planning to orchestrate a crime and indict him and some leaders of the PDP.

Atiku called on the security agencies to arrest the Minister of Information, Lai Mohammed for his comment that he is planning to sabotage President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration.

“We wish to blow the whistle as an early-warning alert of the grandiose scheme being put together by some unscrupulous elements aimed at jeopardising the reputation of His Excellency, Atiku Abubakar in the coming days and weeks,” the statement read.

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“By the merit of what is beginning to unfold, there are plans to create some upsets across the country whereby alleged perpetrators of such crimes will engage in phantom names-dropping of Atiku Abubakar and some senior personalities in the Peoples Democratic Party.

“Already, we are abreast of some other plans to plant fictitious stories in some mushroom media outlets aimed at discrediting Atiku and his political party, the PDP.

“It, therefore, becomes preponderant that we alert the public of this demonic plan and to say that it will be imprudent to compromise the peace and security of Nigerians in order to score a cheap political goal.

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“Towards this end, and for the umpteenth time, we call on the Federal Government to be awake to its responsibilities of providing security and ensuring peace, and to desist from actions and utterances that are capable of exposing our fault lines.

“It is very unsettling that senior administration officials, especially those who are the mouthpiece of government will make reckless but calculated comments to tarnish the image of Atiku Abubakar and government will sit idly on it.”

“With the conclusion reached by relevant security outfits that there is no evidentiary proof to back the claim by Lai Mohammed that the opposition was planning to upstage the government, we demand that the information minister should be arrested for a breach of security and an apology rendered to Atiku Abubakar and the PDP.”

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  1. Yunusa Salihu says

    This guy is totally run mad @atikuooted

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