Previous Vice President, Atiku Abubakar, on Monday, blamed instigators for printing and circling 2023 Presidential mission banners bearing his picture and that of previous Governor of the Central Bank, Chukwuma Soludo.
This was contained in an articulation named, “Atiku distracted with assisting with discovering answers for Nigeria’s difficulties,” endorsed by his Media Adviser, Mazi Paul Ibe, in Abuja.
He said, “Our consideration has been attracted to reports in a segment of the media of mission banners of His Excellency Atiku Abubakar and Prof Charles Soludo, an applicant in the Anambra State governorship political decision in pieces of Abuja.
He said, “Our consideration has been attracted to reports in a segment of the media of mission banners of His Excellency Atiku Abubakar and Prof Charles Soludo, a competitor in the Anambra State governorship political decision in pieces of Abuja.
“Conventionally, we would have overlooked the reports, however for the interest of the individuals who might be misdirected by the insincere plot.
“We know nothing about the banners or the individuals who may have advanced it.
“Clearly this is a work of naughtiness. For the aversion of uncertainty, Atiku Abubakar is of the PDP while Charles Soludo is of APGA. It is senseless of anybody to endeavor to drag the previous Vice President into a political decision in Anambra which result will be controlled by individuals of the state.”
Ibe further said, “Atiku Abubakar is as of now distracted with holding hands with other benevolent Nigerians to help in discovering answers for the horde of difficulties tormenting our country, for example, frailty and monetary plunge set apart by joblessness and outrageous neediness.
“That clarifies why last Monday, the Waziri of Adamawa authorized the central command of Standard Micro Finance Bank and two assembling plants, advanced by him in Yola to give truly necessary positions and openings.
“We wish to repeat that the indicated 2023 mission banners available for use connecting Atiku to Soludo is the craftsmanship of agitators and ought to be disregarded.”