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Lai Mohammed warns Atiku to stop overheating the polity

, Minister of Information, has cautioned , presidential candidate of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), to stop overheating the polity in a bid to remove President Muhammadu Buhari.

Mohammad issued the warning during a press briefing in Abuja on Thursday.

He said He said Atiku’s move to hire a US lobbyist and spread posters in Abuja is a move that the PDP candidate knows he won’t win his case in court.

Speaking at the press briefing, Lai Mohammed said:

“The posters and the hiring of US lobbyists, the latest of such by the PDP candidate, have triggered questions about what Alhaji Abubakar is up to. Is he starting a fresh campaign after the elections have been won and lost?

“Has he rescinded his decision to challenge the results of the presidential election in court, perhaps after realizing that the results he claimed to have obtained from the INEC back server are cooked? Is he now going for self-help? What really is Atiku’s motive?

“Yes, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar has lost an election. But he will not be the first or the last person to lose an election, and he should realize that losing an election is not the end of the world. He has challenged the result of the election in court.

“That’s just as well. However, he should not give the impression that he does not have confidence in the judicial process, which is what resorting to self-help implies. He should stop overheating the polity and quit trying to instigate a political crisis in Nigeria.

“No citizen, no matter how highly placed, is above the laws of the land. Enough is enough!”



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Muhammad A. Aliyu

Muhammad Ameer Aliyu, is a prolific journalist who joined Okay Nigeria in 2015 with the aim staying committed to bringing more positive growth to the digital news platform. He is the Senior editor at Okay Nigeria.

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