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Atiku Abubakar says nobody has presented evidence of corruption against him

Atiku Abubakar says nobody has presented evidence of corruption against him

- Alhaji Atiku Abubakar has declared that he is not corrupt

- He said nobody has come out with evidence of corruption against him

- Atiku also lamented that the country had sunk into more corruption in the administration of President Buhari

Atiku Abubakar, Nigeria's former vice president says he is not a corrupt person. The former VP also declared that nobody has been able to provide evidence of corruption against him.

Atiku disclosed this in Ekiti state on Tuesday, September 4, when he was in the fountain of knowledge to consult with Governor Ayo Fayose on his presidential ambition.

“I have always said that if they have any evidence of corruption against Atiku, please come forward. But nobody has been able to come forward,” he said.

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Atiku also noted that he had a well packaged and distinct blueprint to develop the country if elected to succeed President Muhammadu Buhari.

Going further, he lamented that the country had sunk into more corruption in the administration of President Buhari.

“I have come to appeal to you to support me in our party’s convention. I have the programme that will best develop this country. I wish to appeal for your individual and collective support,” he said.

He described Mr Fayose as a straight forward person, who spoke his mind when it mattered.

“I like the way you do things. You’re brutally frank. You say your mind, it’s a very rare quality. So, I commend for who you are,” he commended the governor.

“We will stand by you and the party in Ekiti until you retrieve your stolen mandate,” he added.

On his part, Governor Fayose called for unity of the members of the party, saying Mr Abubakar has what it takes to lead the country

Recall that Legit.ng had also reported that Alhaji Atiku Abubakar revealed that he deliberately did not do much for the party to take over Lagos state from Asiwaju Bola Tinubu in 2003.

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Atiku said he had the opportunity during the 2003 election when former president Olusegun Obasanjo gave him the duty to deliver the entire south west to the PDP.

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