Timi Frank has said that a plan to kill the Presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Alhaji Atiku Abubakar and his Campaign Director General, Sen. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, at a campaign ground in one of the northern states is no longer secret.
Timi Frank has written to the international community to caution President Muhammadu Buhari and to inform the world that if anything happens to the duo of Atiku and Saraki or any of the PDP leaders at any political rally, the government of APC would be prime suspect.
According to Frank, the only way the Buhari and co hope to stop Atiku Abubakar from becoming the next President is to murder him as being allegedly planned by the Buhari’s administration – “in desperation to score a new low by going against the towering popularity of the PDP’s candidate.”
The political activist recalled how Atiku Abubakar’s wife and children were threatened via a text message last year (2018) but despite official letter written to inform President Buhari personaly, nothing was done to find out who the culprits are up till now.
“So, what we are saying is that through the help of God and intelligence we are getting to know some of the evil plans of the APC’s administration to stop the will of God for Nigeria. Politics should not be a do-or-die affair the way APC is playing it. Although the growing acceptability of Atiku Abubakar is threatening but the APC and the Buhari presidency should learn to play the game by the rule.
“Any attempt to cause havoc, using hoodlums or security agents will be resisted by Nigerians. We are raising this alarm because we don’t want to take anything for granted. We have seen political assassinations in the past and the country has also witnessed the recent assassination of a former Chief of Defence Staff, Alex Badeh, allegedly carried out by this administration for political reasons,” Frank stated.
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