Buhari Media Organisation (BMO) has called on the Department of State Services (DSS) to investigate the former Vice President Abubakar Atiku on what it described as a romance with foreign bodies, especially the United States of America, in pursuit of his alleged stolen mandate to succeed incumbent President Muhammadu Buhari.
The group, which also accused Atiku of seeking to destabilise the country in a bid to realise his failed ambition to be President alleged that that is the reason he had been lobbying the US authorities to recognise him as authentic President, even though he overwhelmingly lost the February 23 Presidential election to President Muhammadu Buhari.
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In a statement signed by its Coordinator, Niyi Akinsiju and Secretary, Cassidy Madueke, BMP said that the steps taken by the former Vice President were a treasonable act with dire consequences.
The group which also noted that it had past drawn attention to the desperation of the failed PDP Presidential candidate to rule Nigeria at all cost said it is becoming more obvious with his latest gambit.
“Not satisfied with pushing out cooked-up figures which he and his party claimed they got from the server of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), and are using as the basis of their legal challenge at the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal, Alhaji Abubakar is now using lobbyists in order to con the United States to his side.
“We at BMO are not surprised because we had raised an alarm even before the election that PDP elements had been preparing ground for what they called a ‘Venezuelan option’ by instigating the international community against the President Buhari-led administration, and by raising all sorts of false alarms.”
The group alleged that Atiku has hired some prominent American lawyers to lobby the US Congress and the Executive to recognise him as President.
The pro- Buhari group, therefore, urged the US authorities to guard against being used by unpatriotic Nigerians to work against an election that their representative in the country had hailed as largely free and fair.
BMO also urged Nigerians to be prepared to defend the mandate they freely and overwhelmingly gave to President Buhari in February.