“He Is Not Running For Drug Trafficking And Money Laundering” — Atiku Aide Replies Tinubu
His aide, Paul Ibe, said the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar will not run for president in the 2023 elections because of his involvement in drug trafficking, money laundering, counterfeiting, forgery, and perjury.
According to him, this is the territory of the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Ahmed Tinubu.
Ibe said Abubakar is moving forward to make Nigeria better for Nigerians.
At Delta State on Friday, Tinubu criticized Atiku for running repeatedly in his bid to become Nigeria’s president.
“Very few of us ran; one said he was Atiku; how many times has he run?” He’s still on the run, and he’s tired. Tell him to sit down. “Enough,” said Tinubu.
However, in a telephone conversation with a Channels Television reporter on Saturday, Atiku’s assistant said his principal was only interested in bringing Nigeria back for the good of all.
“Only in this country do you put sane people in the same environment as mentally ill people.” That is really a pity.
“Let me start with where Atiku is not running to. He is not running for drug trafficking and money laundering. That’s Asiwaju’s territory. He is not running from forgery and perjury, forging documents and all. He is not running there. He is not running from a shaded past or from the early stages of life that are unknown. “He is not running to hide his medical state,” Ibe said.
After serving as Vice President of Nigeria from 1999 to 2007, Atiku ran on the then Congress of Action (AC) platform, featuring Tinubu.
He also aspirated in 2011 and 2014 but did not receive his party tickets.
In 2019, when he won the o