“Atiku Cannot Win In His Local Government Talk less Of Winning Presidential Election” – Buhari’s Aide

Lauretta Onochie, special assistant on new media to President Muhammadu Buhari, has mocked former Vice-President Atiku Abubakar’ presidential ambition in the 2019 election.

According to Onochie, Abubakar cannot win in his local government talk-less of winning the 2019 presidential election.

Abubakar, who defected to the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) on Sunday, was quoted to have said he will definitely beat Buhari, should he decide to seek re-election in 2019.

But speaking on Politics Today, a programme on Channels TV, Onochie said, “Atiku has lost touch with reality”.

Onochie said: “Atiku may have had that weight some years ago but over the years he’s been losing that weight and at the moment, I can tell you the even in his local government area in his native Adamawa, he can’t win any election.

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“So where is the weight? I think Alhaji Abubakar Atiku has lost touch with reality; I think he needs to check again.

“He is known to hobnob from one party to the other when he cannot have control in that party.

“President Buhari is not competing with him at the moment. What he’s trying to do is to pull President Buhari out of the good work he’s doing and to come to wallow in the mud with him.

“The president also knows that the ban on politics has not been lifted; so, he is not going to come out to wallow in the mud with him.”

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Asked why the APC has been unable to deliver on its mandate to provide employment, Onochie said the money laundered in the previous administration is to blame.

She, however, added that the Buhari-led government cannot be said to have failed as “jobs are being created every day. It is doing all the best it can. I will not accept nor agree that this government has failed in the aspect of job creation”.

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