What Atiku Said During Peace Accord Signing With Buhari

FG plotting to arrest Atiku’s associates aide alleges

FG plotting to arrest Atiku’s associates aide alleges

Secretary-General of the Commonwealth, Baroness Patricia Scotland was also billed to attend the event.

President Buhari, Atiku, and other presidential candidates had earlier signed the first part of the peace accord in December past year.

"In any case, let it be known to President Buhari and the APC that the PDP and the people's candidate will definitely hold our presidential mega rally in Abuja irrespective of any further encumbrance they may attempt to foist".

"Considering some of the challenges faced, the Committee organized the 1st signing of the National Peace Accord on 11th December, 2018 to support peaceful campaigns and political rallies".

In his address, following signings by more than 70 presidential candidates, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate, Atiku, quoted former President Goodluck Jonathan, saying that his ambition was not worth the blood of any Nigerian. "Therefore, he will not be traveling to Abuja", Clinton's spokesman Angel Ureña said in a statement.

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"Over the course of the last several days, and after various conversations with the different stakeholders, it's become apparent that President Clinton's visit to Nigeria has the potential to be politicized in a way that is not in line with the goals of the committee".

The presidential candidates of the two major parties are expected to sign another peace accord before the elections.

President Muhammadu Buhari's party has issued a stern warning to the United States and other foreign allies for allegedly making "unguarded" public statements ahead of Nigeria's presidential polls this weekend.

The NPC in an earlier statement announcing Clinton's visit said it reached out to him and others to ensure peaceful elections and a non-violent transfer of power in the West African nation.

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