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List Of PDP Chieftains At Atiku’s World Press Conference In Abuja

Atiku Abubakar, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate for president in the election scheduled for February 25, called a press conference to discuss President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s academic credentials.

According to TheTimesonline.ng, the former vice president is attempting to incorporate the president’s academic achievements in his Supreme Court appeal of the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal’s decision.

The PDP candidate for president in 2023 said that Tinubu’s registration with the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) contained errors.

Tinubu Academic Records: Atiku To Address To Hold World Press Conference

Atiku claimed that the president’s supposed certificate scandal had embarrassed every Nigerian during his news conference on Thursday in Abuja.

The former vice president argued that the revelation of the truth about Tinubu’s records is not personal and that he would only give up the fight against the president after the Supreme Court’s ruling.

Atiku also paid tribute to the late human rights activist Gani Fawehinmi, stating that he was the one who set him on the route of exploration and that he may now genuinely rest in peace knowing that the work he began around 23 years ago has been successful.

Additionally, he claimed that Tinubu dispatched a group of APC governors to visit with him right after the election, but that he turned them away by claiming that he was not owed to Tinubu as was widely believed.

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Additionally, the former vice president criticised the previous President Muhammadu Buhari of revoking the contracts of his logistics company, Intells.

Former National Chairmen Uche Secondus and Iyorchia Ayu, former Atiku running mate Senator Ben Obi, and other members of the National Assembly are among the PDP veterans present at the news conference.

 

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