Politics: What President Buhari’s aide described Atiku for dumping APC

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What were the contributions of Atiku to APC’s efforts to rebuild Nigeria? Ojudu asked

Politics: What President Buhari’s aide described Atiku for dumping APC
Atiku Abubakar/ Photo credit: Premiumtimes

Special adviser to the President on Political matters, Babafemi Ojudu has allegedly accused the former Vice President Atiku Abubakar of being desperate over his ambition in the 2019 Presidential election.

Speaking in a TV programme with Channels, Ojudu said the Ex-former vice President defected to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) after accusing the APC-led Government of not recognizing him.

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According to Ojudu; “Atiku’s defection is not surprising. During the meeting of the G-19, the Legacy Group that formed the APC, Atiku was there. We laid our programmes as a government before the party leaders and asked for their contributions. He was the only person who refused to talk.

The second time the meeting was called, Atiku did not attend. We knew that he would leave. Each time he wants to leave a house, he demolishes the house.

Though it will be stupid to dismiss his weight, he is an asset to an extent that he stays there. His goal is to become President. If he cannot get the ticket, he will leave.”

Ojudu, who also described Atiku as a ‘Serial defector’ said “Atiku is playing his last card. He is desperate to be President. If President Buhari gets a second term, he knows that the presidency will go to another region. Before it goes back to the north, it may take years and he would have become old.

What were the contributions of Atiku to APC’s efforts to rebuild Nigeria? What has he done in Adamawa to solve the problem of unemployment? What agenda for youths did he take to the president that was rejected?”

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Meanwhile, the Former vice President has not officially declared his ambition for the Presidential poll, come 2019.

 

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