Former Vice Presidential candidate, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar plans to mobilize 6000 support groups consequent to his perceived loss at the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal, so says Segun Dada, Digital Communications Strategist at the Ministry of Power.
According to him, the Peoples Democratic Party candidate in the February 23, 2019, Presidential election already jittery and fearing that the presidential election tribunal will rule against him is already planning on alternative measures and this is one of such.
The Presidential Election Petition Tribunal is scheduled to give its judgment on the petition brought before it by Atiku Abubakar and the Peoples Democratic Party come Friday, September 13th.
My lawyers told me the card readers would be used to compile votes cast. I just realized that voters do not vote on card readers. They vote after being accredited by card readers. Again I have been scammed. Is there anything that can be done? Please help. #AtikuHasNoCase pic.twitter.com/7gFZjeq1NF
— #AtikuIsCumming (@TheAtiku) September 8, 2019
FLASHBACK: @inecnigeria Boss laying to rest all the SERVER ISSUES (before the election) that Atiku and his team wasted the country’s precious time in court for … Well sha #AtikuHasNoCase and #AtikuIsNotComing … Sure Banka ? pic.twitter.com/yzTlC1Ynul
— Jubril A. Gawat (@Mr_JAGs) September 10, 2019
The Buhari supporter who tweeted via his twitter account said, ”So Alhaji Kojoli is planning on mobilizing 6,000 support groups when the PEPT rules against him on the 13th lmao. It will surely end in tears” ostensibly referring to the district where Atiku Abubakar hails from in Yola, Adamawa state.
See his tweet below:
So Alhaji Kojoli is planning on mobilizing 6,000 support groups when the PEPT rules against him on the 13th lmao. It will surely end in tears
— Daddy D.O?? (@DOlusegun) September 10, 2019
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