8 reasons why Atiku cannot be President(see reasons)

Saturday, 25 November 2017

/ by xclusivefx Channels
- Alhaji Atiku Abubakar's resignation from the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) is the biggest political news out of Nigeria this week
- Reactions have continued to emanate from different quarters regarding the former vice president's resignation as a member of the ruling party
- A group named Nigeria Anti-Corruption Ambassadors (NACA) is of the opinion that Atiku's defection for the sake of contesting in 2019 won't materialise
A United-Kingdom based group named Nigeria Anti-Corruption Ambassadors (NACA), has stated that former vice president, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, would never emerge Nigeria's president in 2019 because of his antecedents.
The group made this known via its Twitter handle - @CorruptConcern, which boasts of 18,000 followers.
The pro-Buhari group listed eight reasons why they think Nigerians will reject Atiku in the polls in the 2019 election.
Group lists 8 reasons why Atiku Abubakar can never be Nigeria's president
Atiku's resignation from the APC seems to have unsettled supporters of the ruling party. Source: Twitter
There have been speculations that the former vice president's defection is due to his aspiration to seek the presidential ticket of Nigeria's main opposition party, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) ahead of the 2019 polls.
NACA says Atiku is un-electable because:
1. Naked ambition
2. Disloyalty in pursuit of naked ambition
3. Perception of corruption
4. How he made his a civil servant (Customs officer)
5. Economic sabotage
6. No vision
7. No ideology
8. He is a political prostitute
Meanwhile, Lagos-based human rights lawyer, Festus Keyamo, has said the excuse Atiku gave in his widely circulated statement, was not honourable.
Keyamo who made the statement on social media via his verified Twitter page, said the former vice president should have simply admitted that he left the APC in search of another political party's presidential ticket ahead of the 2019 presidential elections.
His words: “The starting point of Atiku’s presidential bid would’ve been to simply admit that he left APC in search of another party ticket. Nigerians know that already.
“It would’ve been more honourable than giving some zigzag reasons to justify his zigzag movements across political parties.”

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