The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential hopeful in the 2019 decision, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, has been accounted for to have asked President Muhammadu Buhari's associate Lauretta Onochie, for a conciliatory sentiment and N500 million for slander.
Atiku in a letter dated May 14 and routed to Onochie by his legal counselor Mike Ozekhome, took steps to start a N2 billion suit against her on the off chance that she didn't satisfy his needs.
On May 7, Onochie had tweeted that the previous VP was on a United Arab Emirates (UAE) watch list.
"Atiku on UAE watchlist-Security sources," Buhari's helper tweeted.
"Security agents in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) are keeping a nearby tab on a previous Nigerian Vice Pres Atiku Abubakar who has been in the Middle East country for a little while now What is he doing there?
"Me: Shopping for Terrorists?"
Responding, Atiku stated: "Your accursed production is obviously likewise gone for rubbishing our customer's picture and notoriety.
"It has caused him national and universal kickback and shame and done boundless harm to him.
"Your production has likewise caused our customer, according to sensible individuals from the general population, unspeakable malice, obloquy, disdain, deride and mental injury,"
"He has in this manner been exposed to the disgrace and ignominy of being seen by individuals from people in general as degenerate as well as a psychological oppressor and patron of fear mongering.
"Various phone calls, messages, visits, letters and private online networking talks by his relatives, companions, political and business partners, and global statesmen and ladies over the most recent couple of days bear witness to the caution and genuine concerns produced by your bogus distribution." the letter read.