Critical Times News : Go and find out from the DSS who sent them to embarrass Atiku — Presidency tells media

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Go and find out from the DSS who sent them to embarrass Atiku — Presidency tells media

The Presidency has said that President Muhammadu Buhari cannot descend so low by sending some persons to plant something into the aircraft of the Presidential Candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, just to implicate him.

A source in the Presidency also directed Vanguard to find out from the suspected security agencies involved in the alleged secret plot to implicate the former Vice President to explain who sent them, maintaining, stressing that by the character of President Buhari, he would not involve in such a thing.

The source said, “You should ask all those involved to mention who sent them because the President of Nigeria cannot be dragged into this kind of a thing.”

Alhaji Atiku Abubakar had said that on arrival from Dubai Sunday morning he was intimidated and searched by state agents at the Abuja airport.

Atiku on his Twitter handle said: ‘I arrived to Abuja this morning to a search by agents of the state, aimed at intimidating me and my staff.

Also speaking on the alleged search by agents former Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Comrade Timi Frank, revealed that a plot to embarrass the People Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, on arrival early hours on Sunday from Dubai was a failure.

Frank said Atiku, who returned to Nigeria around 1am on Sunday morning from his vacation in Dubai was thoroughly searched by a Special Squad of security men deployed by the presidency for some hours with recording gadgets on them and in and around Atiku’s aircraft. “Nothing, was however found on him or in his aircraft.”

According to Frank, plan to also drop bags of foreign currencies and other implicating things in Atiku’s aircraft on his arrival was also unsuccessfull.

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