BREAKING: Atiku Tenders Powerful Evidence, Exposes The Real Identity Of Buhari, Declares He Is Not A Fulani Man

By Post-Nigeria: January 22, 2019 10:24

BREAKING: Atiku Tenders Powerful Evidence, Exposes The Real Identity Of Buhari, Declares He Is Not A Fulani Man

The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, 2019 Presidential Candidate, Atiku Abubakar, has asked the people of Jigawa State to cast their votes for him, and not for President Muhammadu Buhari, who he alleged is not a real Fulani man.

Atiku who stated this during a campaign rally in the State, told his audience that Buhari is not “a full-fledged Fulani man, because he cannot speak Fulfulde”, the native language of the Fulanis.

He went further to tell the crowd at the rally ground, that “a real Fulani man would not drag his followers into extreme poverty, like what is happening under the APC administration.”

On projects he will carry out in Jigawa if elected as President, Atiku said that he will execute three projects as requested by a former Governor of the State, Sule Lamido.

The projects are the dredging of Hadejia River valley, construction of Gaya-Jahun to Kafin Hausa road, and the construction of Kwanar Dumawa to Babura road.

Speaking, Lamido called on the electorate, to ensure they cast their vote for the PDP Presidential Candidate. He told them that the coming election is “between competence and incompetence, genuine civilian Candidate (Atiku), and‎ fake civilian Candidate (Buhari).”

The National Chairman of the PDP, Uche Secondus, who was also at the event, expressed his gladness at the crowd, that gathered for the rally, saying that, it was overwhelming.

According to him, it has been the same “at all the venues of our campaign, and Jigawa State is not an exception. It is based on this that we are warning (the Independent National Electoral Commission) INEC, against any attempt to manipulate this year’s elections.”

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