Atiku’s court case: APC disowns Buhari Campaign Organisation

Posted by News Express | 6 March 2019 | 2,015 times

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• Festus Keyamo, Spokesperson for APC Presidential Campaign

The APC Presidential Campaign Council on Tuesday disowned the Buhari Campaign Organisation over the latter’s letter to some international bodies to prevail on the Presidential Candidate of the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, not to proceed to court to challenge the result of the 2019 presidential election.

Festus Keyamo, SAN, Director of Strategic Communications (Official Spokesperson) of the APC Presidential Campaign Council, said in a statement: “This is the second time we will be informing the public that the said ‘Buhari Campaign Organisation’ does not act at the behest of the APC Presidential Campaign Council nor does it represent the Muhammadu Buhari Campaign Organisation in any way. As a result, whatever it has released DOES NOT REPRESENT THE POSITION OF THE APC PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN COUNCIL OR PRESIDENT MUHAMMADU BUHARI.

“Our official position is that we believe that Alhaji Atiku Abubakar has a constitutional right to seek redress in court and we do not seek in any way to curtail that right. In fact, it is the resort to court that is the only democratic way to ventilate his perceived grievance and any attempt to restrict or discourage the exercise of such right would be an invitation to anarchy.

“In addition, we are very anxious to meet Alhaji Atiku Abubakar in court in order to show the world in a conclusive manner the free and fair nature of the comprehensive defeat of Atiku at the polls. An election is not termed ‘rigged’ only by the mere claim of it by the loser. That is what Atiku and the PDP want to ram down our throats. Unfortunately for them, international, continental and sub-regional observers (who can be seen as neutral by all standards) ALL declared the election to be free, fair and credible. No ego-massaging narrative can change that.

“We therefore totally disassociate ourselves from the letter purportedly written by one of, perhaps, many support groups of President Muhammadu Buhari. They may have a right to their opinion, but it does not represent our official position.”


Source: News Express

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