Atiku raises alarm over smear campaign

(NAN)The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Presidential Candidate, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, has raised the alert on supposed plans by "corrupt and against majority rule components to think up encounters in the coming weeks went for spreading his identity".

Abubakar brought the caution up in an announcement issued by his Media Adviser, Mr Paul Ibe, on Friday in Abuja.

Abubakar who was Vice President from 1999 to 2007, said that it was being uncovered the fantastic plot arranged by certain operators of malevolence to organize oversee pockets of miracle focused at assaulting his notoriety.

"We wish to blow the whistle as an early cautioning alarm of the pompous plan being assembled by some corrupt components went for endangering the notoriety of Abubakar in the coming days and weeks.

"By the value of what is starting to unfurl, there are plans to make some vexed the nation over, whereby claimed culprits of such wrongdoings will participate in apparition names dropping of Abubakar and some senior identities in the PDP.''

Ibe said that they were side by side of some different designs to plant invented stories in some mushroom news sources went for ruining Atiku and his ideological group, the PDP.

"It, subsequently, winds up dominant that we alert general society of this wicked arrangement and to state that it will be indiscreet to bargain the harmony and security of Nigerians so as to score a modest political objective."

Abubakar, in any case, approached the Federal Government to be wakeful to its duties of giving security and guaranteeing harmony, and to stop from activities and articulations fit for uncovering "our separation points."

He said that it was disrupting that senior organization authorities, would make determined remarks to discolor the picture of Abubakar and with no activity from the legislature.

Abubakar likewise requested that the Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed delicate a conciliatory sentiment to him and the PDP.

Tread Started by: Christian Uriel On 2:39pm May 24