The Attorney General of the Federation, Minister of justice, Malami Abubakar has once again tackled the former vice president and president aspirant, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar over his will of becoming the president of Nigeria in 2023.
Malami asserted at the federal high court, Abuja that Atiku Abubakar is not eligible under the constitution to contest for elections in 2023.
This hot news was made available by Sahara Reporters some moments ago on their official twitter handle.
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In an affidavit support, Malami testified that Atiku is not eligible to contest for Presidency. A charged was submitted by the Incorporated Trustees of Egalitarian Mission for Africa (EMA). Ema is challenging the eligibility of Atiku to contest for election in Nigeria over the controversies over his place of birth which might eventually resulted to him not being a Nigerian.
Well, it sounds insane to some Nigerians and sounds sane to some. All hidden truth can be traced by the law if they served it right. A lot of reactions are already on this.
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