You’re An Enemy Of Nigeria ~ APC Lawmaker Blast Atiku

In the heat and waves surrounding this upcoming presidential election come next year, a member of the house of assembly popularly known as Hon. Shina Abiola Peller has described former Vice President, Alhaji Abubakar Atiku as an enemy of Nigeria.

The honorable representing a constituency in Ibadan the capital city of Oyo state made his opinion known in his recent disclosure.

According to him, Atiku is a typical Nigerian politician who is ready to twist fact.

Recall that Abubakar Atiku a one time vice president of the nation vyed for the presidential seat in the year 2019, with the current president of the nation in the person of Muhammodu Buhari beating him to win the race.

According to reports on various news outlet, Atiku the one time former vice president of this nation is one of the leading figures from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) vying to succeed President Muhammadu Buhari having picked up his nomination form to contest the 2023 Presidency on the platform of PDP.

In a statement disclosed to the members of the public through his media aide, the honorable minister who represents Iseyin/Itesiwaju/Kajola/Iwajowa federal constituency, in Oyo State has this to say.

“Going by his recent utterances, Alhaji Atiku has just proven to
us again that he is one of the typical Nigerian politicians who is ever
ready to manipulate the people, twist the fact and mislead people to
satisfy their political interest, even if it means at the detriment of unity, peace and progress of our dear country.

“For me, I strongly believe that only an enemy of Nigeria will want to
keep power in the North as far as 2023 is concerned.

“The South is bleeding: Yorubas are agitating for Oduduwa Nation; the igbos are agitating for Biafra, a clear indication that these groups feel marginalized, while the Northerners have retained the position of the President for eight years (2 uninterrupted terms of 4 years). In the interest of peace, it is only fair that the South should produce the next Nigerian President”, he concluded.

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