2023: CCB told to investigate Atiku, extradite him to US to face Crimes

A former spokesman to Gen. Ibrahim Babangida, Kassim Afegbua has called on the Code of Conduct Bureau to investigate Ex-vice president, Atiku Abubakar over a US congress corruption report against him.

Afegbua in a recent statement claims that Atiku was ‘unfit’ to run for President as the Congress report indicted him of crimes.

He also urged the US to press extradition charges against Abubakar, so he could defend himself in a law court.

“Rather than seek election under the umbrella of the PDP in 2023, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar will do well to visit the United States of America to resolve his lingering corruption allegations which have led Senator Jefferson to jail. The outcome of an investigation against him and his ‘former’ wife Jennifer revealed a lot of underhand transactions bordering on money laundering and other financial malfeasance.”

“The onerous thing to do was for him to visit the United States of America to answer to those weighty allegations which were the outcome of the comprehensive investigations carried out by the United States Congress.”

“In the 2019 presidential campaigns, we were inundated with several news reports, demanding that our party candidate should visit America. When the request became so compelling, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar was reportedly granted a waiver by the United States Consular Office in Lagos to enable him to visit the United States with the then Senate President, Senator Bukola Saraki.”

“After that visit till date, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar has not been able to visit America again ostensibly on the stretch of those weighty allegations which have not been dispensed with. The entire report of the US Congress copiously indicted Alhaji Atiku Abubakar on issues concerning money laundering.”

“It will make judicious sense if the United States Government is able to treat this pending matter once and for all, by way of extraditing the former Vice President to answer those lingering queries on financial impropriety.”

“As an alumnus of the Les Aspin School of Government and Good Governance, Washington DC, who was exposed to the rudiments of anti-corruption studies in 2004 and sponsored by the United States Government, I feel patriotically disturbed that those who should be cooling off in jail, are still walking the streets as free men and even trying to run for the highest office in the land”, he said.

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  1. Still chasing shadows would amount to absurdity and foolery. How many times will you do this to the man. He was even in the US in preparation for the last presidential elections.

    His most chronic vicious adversary now turned admirer and supporter, the vindictive sadist boss investigated him also, whilst in office. FOUND NOTHING INCREMINATING ON HIM.

    How many times and for how long would this continues against one individual? Not my choice for the top job, though.


    Time the thoughtless think about something else and stop wasting time on No-there there.

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