How Atiku Abubakar Finally Secured American Visa

How Atiku Abubakar Finally Secured American Visa

The Buhari Media Organisation says U.S. lobbyist have been paid tens of millions of {dollars} to safe an American visa for Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar.

The Chairman, Niyi Akinsiju and Secretary, Cassidy Madueke, stated this in a press release collectively signed in Abuja on Tuesday, describing the trouble as one other chapter in PDP’s “book of corruption”.

The organisation stated that the PDP had itself claimed it could be paying Brian Ballard, who’s believed to be near U.S. President Donald Trump, the equal of N400 million over a one 12 months interval to ostensibly foyer Washington on behalf of its candidate forward of the 2019 Presidential election.

The group added that even when Trump’s pal satisfied the U.S. authorities to clear the trail for Atiku to lastly enter the U.S., it could not clear the allegation of corruption scandals that through the years caught to it.

According to the group, Nigerians weren’t ready to simply overlook how the PDP Presidential candidate’s identify featured in high-profile sleaze probe, starting from that of the Petroleum Trust Development Fund (PTDF) to Siemens throughout his 8-year tenure as Vice President.

“Not even a close ally of Trump can wipe clean a slate of corruption that took years of intense begging for his former principal to reluctantly accept his apology but which he still wants him to seek the forgiveness of Nigerians”.

The group, nevertheless, said that it was not stunned {that a} celebration with credibility drawback ought to suppose the answer to its drawback was in throwing cash round.

“These are individuals which were conditioned to see greenback rain as options to native credibility issues.

“Coming quickly after they’d shared wads of {dollars} amongst celebration delegates; they didn’t really feel unhealthy spending extra to spice up the financial system of Dubai the place they’ve been holding technique classes.

“The similar individuals have signed a deal of 90,00zero {dollars} a month to safe an American visa for a morally challenged presidential candidate.

“They are busy boosting businesses in other countries, yet they are running a presidential campaign with the theme of ‘making Nigeria great again. How ironic!” BMO added.

“We need Nigerians to see the distinction between President Muhammadu Buhari whose celebration doesn’t must spend cash in any foreign money to whitewash his picture and that of a candidate that should pay the equal of N400 million to wash its picture in only one nation.”

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