Former Head of State, Abdulasalami Abubakar, has announced the result of a meeting between the National Peace Committee and the re-elected President Muhammadu Buhari which was held yesterday.
Mr Abdulasalami stated that after discussions with Atiku, they paid Buhari a visit to inform him of the points raised.
After the result were read out, the former Vice President, Atiku, rejected the outcome of the election and threatened to to court.
Speaking recently, Abdulasalami Abubakar also said the election result has raised a lot of questions and people feel bothered by it.
His words, “Yesterday l met the PDP Presidential candidate and his party in order to ensure that this peace committee ensure that really, our concern is about Nigeria,”
“And in order to listen to their grievances and what they think has gone wrong, we are here today to see his Excellency, the President in order to relay the fears and concerns of the PDP and Mr President listened to us and has taken note of what we have told him.”
“We are not talking about self-interest, we are talking about the interest of the country. I keep saying, whenever there is violence, we are not going to see violence in Ikoyi, in the Villa and you will not find violence in the various government houses in this country. It is always the poor that get to kill themselves and so on.
“So, please, yes, as much as we have grievances, l am glad that the PDP say they are going to court to challenge the process, l think this is the right way to go about it, and l hope and pray that we will maintain this.”
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