The presidential candidate of PDP in the February 23 election, Atiku Abubakar, has disowned posters in circulation in the streets of Abuja, the federal capital city.
Atiku, in a statement, yesterday, by his Special Adviser on Media, Paul Ibe, said there was no need for posters anymore as the campaign period was gone.
“We disassociate the former vice president of Nigeria from the said posters in circulation.
OVER 5,000 NIGERIAN MEN HAVE OVERCOME POOR BEDROOM PERFORMANCE SYNDROME DUE TO THIS BRILLIANT DISCOVERY
“The campaign season is over. The tainted electoral victory by the incumbent is being challenged in court.
“We refuse to be distracted, which is exactly the objective of our opponents, but to remain focused on diligently pursuing our election petition with a view to retrieving the stolen mandate,” he said.
New posters of the PDP presidential candidate with the inscriptions: ‘The real and the right’ surfaced in the streets of Abuja yesterday
The posters, which also bore ‘Pukka’ a Hindi word, which literally means ‘Genuine’, were seen at Lugbe and the Central Business District within the Abuja city centre.