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You ain’t destined to rule, we’ll meet in court, APC chair tells Atiku 0 0
     
   
You ain’t destined to rule, we’ll meet in court, APC chair tells Atiku
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[Image: Adams-Aliyu-Oshiomhole-4.jpg]
The National Chairman of the ruling All
Progressives Congress , Adams
Oshiomhole , has said the party is ready
to meet the Peoples Democratic Party ’s
presidential candidate, Alhaji Atiku
Abubakar, in court.
Atiku had at a press briefing where he
rejected the result of the February 23
presidential election on Wednesday,
indicated his intention to challenge it at
the election petitions tribunal .
According to him , the election was
manipulated in favour of the APC,
saying voters in his strongholds were
denied voting.
But in a response to the allegations ,
Oshiomhole at a press briefing on
Thursday in Abuja said he was
convinced that the election reflected
the will of Nigerians despite pockets of
violence recorded in some parts of the
country .
He said it was sheer arrogance for
Atiku to have said Nigeria ’s future was
tied to his presidency .
“ Was he going to rule Nigeria against
our wish ? Citizens must hold their
leaders accountable to their policy
choices. Even , when he said if he would
die, he would sell the NNPC ; many
people believed that he has collected
deposit.
“ It borders on arrogance for Atiku to
suggest that our future is tied to his
presidency. Atiku is destined never to
be president of Nigeria . Leadership is
about character. Atiku ’ s desperation is
so obvious , so desperate that in 2003,
he challenged his own boss , former
President Olusegun Obasanjo , not to do
a second term ,” he said.
Oshiomhole said he deliberately refused
to say the election was perfect because
the APC was rigged, especially in the
South - South in connivance with some
INEC ’s ad hoc staff and backed by some
Resident Electoral Commissioners ,
whom he accused of working against
the APC.
He said in one of the APC ’s strongholds
in his local government , INEC members
of staff deliberately mutilated result
sheets to the point that it was
unacceptable and over 5 ,000 votes were
cancelled in the process.
According to him , the REC rejected a
request for a fresh tabulation to
accommodate results collated from the
polling unit level.
He said the manipulation allegedly
aided by compromised INEC workers
was responsible for the loss of the
senatorial bid of Senator Godswill
Akpabio.
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He stated that his party had compiled
several petitions to INEC on the
irregularities .
Powered by Ru Oshiomhole said, “ Rather than Atiku
saying that rigging has come to stay ,
and why the numbers don’ t add up in
the absence of massive rigging , I just
think that he needs to be reminded the
essence of our collective efforts with all
those that I can describe as genuine
friends of Nigeria , to improve the
electoral process.
“ We have petitions that we have
written to INEC on how we were rigged
out in Akwa Ibom State . It is interesting
that it is the PDP that is complaining
about the outcome of election in Akwa
Ibom State .
“ How do you explain that INEC
cancelled so many units not only in
Akwa Ibom State but many other states
in order to be able to declare the PDP
candidates as winners? That is how
Senator Akpabio was rigged out in
Akwa Ibom State .”
Oshiomhole wondered why Atiku had
been moving from one party to another,
describing him as an unstable
politician.
He said the trend in the voting pattern
from 1999 in the PDP strongolds had
consistently reduced .
“ He is such a political rolling stone.
Does he think that Nigerians are so
insane to think that a man who is not
stable , whose interest is about himself
and has confessed that he was going
into the race to enrich his friends….that
will be an impossible candidate to elect
at a time like this . What gives him the
sense of entitlement?”
“ We are looking forward to meeting
him (Atiku ) in court. We will also have
the opportunity of filing cross petition
because in Adamawa State he had
already lost the election before he did
some magic that gave him that narrow
victory and in many other parts of the
country .
He added , “ It is not about this election
is per

#2
So its buhari that's destined to rule abi?




..

#3
Another major demand presented to the former Head of State and Chairman of the National Peace Committee

#4
he should just accept it like that

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#5
If he is not destined to rule, buhari is abi??

#6
Atiku should wait for his own time

#7
So if he's not destined to rule, how about you then

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#8
wow, those words are strong o, this is serious


 
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