President behind reports of Atiku’s plan to dump PDP

Media office of the former vice president, Atiku Abubakar, has dismissed reports that the Turakin Adamwa was planning to dump the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

A statement from Atiku’s media office, yesterday, signed by Paul Ibe, alleged that President Bola Tinubu and his agents were behind the false report.

The statement called on Nigerians to disregard the report as Atiku was committed to the PDP. It described the report as a malicious attempt to sow discord and confusion among the populace.

Part of the statement read: “In a blatant display of political mischief, Bola Tinubu and his lackeys have shamelessly peddled false reports suggesting Atiku Abubakar’s imminent departure from the PDP. This malicious attempt to sow discord and confusion among the populace cannot go unchallenged.

“Let it be known to all, especially the esteemed supporters of Atiku Abubakar, that the so-called report in The Nation newspapers is nothing but a pitiful attempt to deflect attention from the pressing issues plaguing our nation. At a time when insecurity, poverty, and failed policies threaten the very fabric of our society, Tinubu and his cohorts would rather engage in cheap political theatrics than address the real challenges facing Nigerians.

“Despite their nefarious machinations, Atiku remains steadfast in his commitment to the PDP and the vital process of opposition party merger. He unequivocally condemns Tinubu’s attempts to undermine democracy and calls or swift action to unite opposition forces against the tyrannical grip of the All Progressives Congress.

“Let there be no doubt: Atiku Abubakar is unwavering in his dedication to the PDP and the fight for a better Nigeria. As he urges the current administration to prioritise governance over petty politicking, let us stand united against the forces of corruption and oppression. The time for action is now, and Atiku will not rest until justice prevails and the voice of the people is heard.”


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