SPV Saga: APC Challenges PDP, Dokpesi, Atiku’s Son To Deny Allegation

SPV Saga: APC Challenges PDP, Dokpesi, Atiku’s Son To Deny Allegation

By Caleb Ishaya 

Following the revelation by a whistleblower, Mr. Michael Achimugu on Special Purpose Vehicles, SPV, Saga against the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Atiku Abubakar. 

The Presidential Campaign Council, PCC, of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC through its Spokesman  Festus Keyamo has called on the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Engr. Raymond Dokpesi, Mohammed Atiku who he alleged that they are involved in the saga and should come out and deny the allegations  against them and their principal Atiku Abubakar the PDP Presidential Candidate . 

Festus Keyamo while fielding questions on Channels Television programme “Politics Today” yesterday said, he has seen tweets, private emails, audio records, pictures which have authenticated the relationship between Atiku and Achimugu. 

According to Keyamo, “We have seen photographs of this man, this whistle blower with Atiku Abubakar all over the world. You can go to the Internet and go to his twitter page.

“We have seen emails, private emails which we have authenticated between Atiku Abubakar and himself. Very private email they exchanged over the years. 

“We have confirmed that, we have seen letters of appointments which of course one of the spoke persons came to deny openly on this Channel. The letters of appointment were signed by Raymond Dokpesi and another one was signed by the son of Atiku Abubakar , Mohammed Atiku Abubakar, another one was signed by Gbenga Daniel when he was still with Atiku Abubakar as his campaign manager in 2018.

“We want these individuals to come out and deny these letters. We want these individuals to come and write a petition that their signatures were forged. We have a credible source first of all to follow up on the whistleblowers”.

Recall that on Monday, the PCC, through a press conference called for the arrest and prosecution of former Vice-President Atiku over the Special Purpose Vehicles, SPV, saga. Also, the APC PCC called him to immediately withdraw from the presidential race.

But the spokesperson and Director of Public Affairs, Presidential Campaign Management Committee of the PDP, Dino Melaye said Atiku is not afraid of being investigated.

Keyamo has assured Nigerians that he will press charges and has already begun moves to challenge the PDP Presidential candidate in court for alleged fraud against the nation.


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