THIS MIGHT BE THE END FOR PMB! Atiku Set To Take Over, Unites With Buhari’s Enemies To Ensure His Downfall, Releases Evidence That Shows He Won Presidential Elections – See Details

In the history of presidential elections in Nigeria, the 2019 election turned out to be one of the most keenly contested, according to observers and political analysts. One of the reasons attributed to this is that the two main contenders are both Muslims with huge following in the North, which according to INEC, is the region with higher number of voters. It is no longer news that the PDP presidential candidate, Atiku, has not accepted the results of the presidential elections and has remained adamant to concede defeat to Buhari.

 

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The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Atiku Abubakar, has urged members of the southern and middle belt elders forum to support him as he seeks redress in court over the results of the presidential election. He said he was confident that justice will be served and therefore, asked them not to despair. Atiku made the appeal during a closed-door meeting with the forum at the home of elder statesman Chief Edwin Clark in Abuja, while also reiterating his commitment to restructuring.

 

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“We have filed our petition before the Tribunal because we believe this is a mandate that has been stolen from the Nigerian people and I believe that the court will do justice to this case. We still have confidence in our courts of law and we believe justice will be done.”

 

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In the same vein, the Chairman of the Forum, Chief Edwin Clark insists that restructuring is the only guarantee for Nigeria’s unity.

 

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Recall that Atiku and his party had approached the court and demanded that he should be declared the winner of the presidential electionAtiku also reaffirmed his rejection of the the outcome of the presidential election and his decision to challenge it in the courts
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He expressed confidence that the courts would do justice and restore his stolen mandate. Atiku thanked the elders for the support they give him before, during and after the election.
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He said: “It’s my pleasure to be with you today and I want to use the opportunity to thank you for your support before, during and after the elections.
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“As I had announced earlier, I have rejected the result of the election. As announced earlier, we have filed our petition before the tribunal or the courts because we believe this is a mandate that has been stolen from the Nigerian people. And I believe that the courts will do justice in this case.”
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We still have confidence in our courts and we believe justice will be done.But the most important thing here is that between ourselves, we have been able to galvanize the people of this country to think alike and in unity.”
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“Of course, we have also come to realize and accept that the basis of our unity, our coexistence lies fundamentally on restructuring this country so that every part of this country can have a sense of belonging and have the opportunity to exploit their human and material resources for the development of the citizens while remaining in the same country.
 
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therefore believe this struggle is a struggle that we must continue together and we will achieve it and I believe it is also achievable. I strongly commit myself to that. And Nigerians don’t have anything to fear or dread about restructuring of this country. After all, we started as a restructured federation and everybody felt at home with that arrangement.”
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“Of course, over the years, we all know how the military has virtually brought a unitary federation. Therefore, I want to thank you very much indeed for your support. The results we have achieved, particularly myself and the party I represent would not have been possible without your support across the countryOnce again, I thank you very much indeed and look forward to continued relationship until our objectives are achieved.”
 
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In his remark, leader of the group, Chief Edwin Clark, said it will be hard to have a Nigeria without restructuringHe expressed the determination of the group to continue to support Atiku as the promoter of restructuring, saying they will stick with him until the objective is achievedClark said: “Your Excellency, our president in waiting, because the struggle continues, on behalf of the Southern and Middle Belt Leaders and Elders and the entire people of these areas, we welcome you to our gathering.
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“It shows that we are still together. We want to assure you that we will always be with you. We are happy that you are in court, you have already filed your papers, it’s not a question of saying am going to court.”
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“We are behind you. And by the grace of God, we will achieve what we are struggling for. When I said that our struggle continues, what did I mean? That the restructuring of Nigeria is irreversible. No matter whatever method you use, we will continue to be with the promoter of restructuring of Nigeria Nigeria has to be protected. We want restructuring. No restructuring, it will be difficult to have Nigeria.”
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It would be recalled that on February 27, INEC declared that Mr Buhari won the election in 19 states with a total of 15,191,847 votes to defeat Mr Abubakar, who won the election in 18 states polling a total of 11,262,978 votes.

 

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However,  Mr Abubakar has claimed that the “true, actual and correct” results upon state by state computation pitched him as the winner in 21 states, excluding the results from Rivers State, which he said was not available on INEC’s server as at February 25, when the computation was made.

 

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He, thus, claims that Mr Buhari only won the election in 15 states. Mr Abubakar said the “state to state computation” showed that he polled a total of 18,356,732 votes to defeat Mr Buhari whom he said scored 16,741,430 votes.

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