Tuesday, April 20

Atiku Media Organization Accuses APC Of Planning Protest To Return Atiku To America

The Atiku Media Organization has raised an alarm that the APC through it’s media group know as Buhari media organization (BMC) is planning a protest in the 36 state of the federation and also the US Embassy.

This was revealed via the groups Twitter handle known as @TeamAtikulate on Tuesday.

Coordinator of the Atiku Media Organization Laurel Chinedu revealed this saying that paid members of the Buhari Media Organization are planning to stage a protest in all states of the federation including the US Embassy with the theme #AtikutraveltoAmerica.

He went further to call such planned action as childish stating that His Excellency Atiku Abubakar has witnessed three administration since leaving his post as vice President and yet none of these administration has deemed it fit to charge him for any corruption case.

He pointed out that the American Government and the American immigration is yet to release any statement regarding Atiku Abubakar’s ban to the United states of America.

You will recall that PDP Presidential candidate Atiku Abubakar was fingered in a 40million$ Halliburton scandal with the former vice president challenging Nigerians who accused him of being corrupt to come forward and

The report detailed how Atiku Abubakar while still the vice president of Nigeria between 2000 and 2008, used offshore companies to siphon millions of dollars to his fourth wife in the United States, Jennifer Douglas.

Specifically, the report said Jennifer Douglas, an American citizen, helped her husband bring over $40 million in suspect funds into the United States through wire transfers sent by offshore corporations to U.S. bank accounts.

In 2004, the then America President Bush barred Atiku and other corrupt politically exposed persons from being issued visa to the United States.

The heated rivalry between the APC and the PDP has continued to trigger serious concerns amongst many Nigerians as we have seen series of clashes between the two party leading to next years election.

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