Why Nigerians Should Reject Atiku Abubakar, Pastor Joseph Adeyemi Gives Reasons

Why Nigerians Should Reject Atiku Abubakar, Pastor Joseph Adeyemi Gives Reasons

  • Atiku Abubakar has been asked to apologise to Nigerians for wasting the country’s collective wealth while he was the vice-president of the country
  • Adeyemi, a pastor in Akure stated while reacting to the presidential ambition of the Peoples democratic Party
  • He asked Atiku to apologise for the way he spent $16 million dollars for power holding without providing the country with stable power supply

A message has been sent to the presidential candidate of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Atiku Abubakar.

The call was made by Pastor Joseph Adeyemi, the pastor of Jesus Pentecostal church in Akure, Ondo state when he spoke with Legit.ng.

Adeyemi rejects Atiku
Pastor Adeyemi says Nigerians should reject Atiku Abubakar. Photo credit: Atiku Abubakar
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He said:

“Atiku under his watch as chairman of privatisation, sold our collective wealth and that was the origin of poverty and insecurity in Nigeria.

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“So, Atiku should first apologies to Nigerians for the way and manner they expended N16 million dollars for power holding and yet we don’t have 24 hours power supply.
“Atiku should explain to us the maladministration of the privatisation exercise they embarked on which of course cumulated into insecurity and the prospect of Nigerian economy today was a result of the exercise by the PDP which was chaired by Atiku Abubakar."

Iyorchia launches counter-offensive against G5 Governors

In another report, Ayu, the PDP national chairman allegedly launched a counter-offensive against the aggrieved governors of the party, known as G5 governors.

He was reported to have shredded the poll agents' lists that the governors had compiled and sent to the national secretariat of the party in Abuja.

The PDP national chairman was said to have expressed fear over the possibility of entrusting the party's destinies in the hands of those the dissenting governors have nominated.

Source: Legit.ng

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