Buhari’s aide, Onochie reacts as Atiku demands N500m for linking him to terrorists

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Lauretta Onochie, Personal Assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on Social Media, has reacted to demand by the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, asking her to tender apology and pay him N500 million for linking him to terrorists.

DAILY POST reported that Atiku Abubakar, in a letter by his lawyer Mike Ozekhome, said Onochie, On May 7, tweeted that the former vice-president was on a United Arab Emirates (UAE) watch list.

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Ozekhome quoted her as saying, “Atiku on UAE watchlist- Security sources.

“Security operatives in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) are keeping a close tab on a former Nigerian Vice Pres Atiku Abubakar who has been in the Middle East nation for several weeks now What is he doing there?

“Me: Shopping for Terrorists?”

But reacting, Lauretta in a post on her Facebook page said the demand for a public apology showed that Atiku is “depressed”.

She wrote, ”Good morning Family and Friends. This is in no way responding to the depressed Alhaji Atiku Abubakar whose aides are constantly cooking up disgrace for him, for the sake of their stomachs, instead of giving him his pills.

”This is to reassure my PERSONAL PEOPLE who are concerned and have emailed, texted or called to know if I’m fine that truly, I had the most hilarious day yesterday and that I am very fine. I continue to laugh at the clowns who do not know what they are walking into.

”We are entering into the most crucial time at the Election Tribunal where the mandate freely given to our beloved President by Nigerians, is being challenged and I’m their nightmare. In their thinking, “Let’s distract Lauretta Onochie. We can’t afford to have her focused on her job.

”I can’t be distracted. Truly I can’t for very simple reasons. I have a great family that thinks the world of me. My friends are fiercely loyal and committed because they know me. 34 million Buharists across world are on standby. Always. I have the witness of a clear conscience. I love Nigeria and her wellbeing is my focus.

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”It’s all good people. At the end of it all, EVIL SHALL NO LONGER HAVE A VOICE NOR SAY, ANYWHERE IN NIGERIA.”

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