How Atiku planned to destabilise Nigeria through Onnoghen – Buhari’s aide

President Muhammadu Buhari’s Personal Assistant on Social Media, Lauretta Onochie has disclosed how the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, allegedly attempted to destabilise Nigeria using the suspended Chief Justice of Nigeria, CJN, Walter Onnoghen, during the just-concluded presidential election.

Onochie alleged that Abubakar attempted to destabilise Nigeria by using Onnoghen to cancel the results of 17 major states won by President Muhammadu Buhari during the election.

In a post on her Facebook page, the presidential aide claimed that following Abubakar’s failed plan to use Onnoghen, the former Vice President attempted to replicate the “Venezuelan option” in Nigeria.

The post titled: “THE REAL ATIKU’S PLAN IS TO DESTABILISE NIGERIA,” reads: “Have you heard of the Atiku’s Plan? There are fine details in the Atiku’s Plan many Nigerians did not read. That’s because it’s in the version that was concealed from Nigerians like Paul Ibeh, Atiku’s Media Adviser(?), who is never taken into confidence by Team Atiku. Well, the devil as they say, is in the details.

“THE JUSTICE WALTER ONNOGHEN OPTION Alhaji Atiku Abubakar was just confident that Justice Onnoghens team would deliver the Presidency to him. So he was just too lazy and monkey about with his campaign and then steal the victory from President Muhammadu Buhari.

“The plan, yes the Atiku’s Plan was for Justice Onnoghen to annul the results of 17 major states won by President Buhari, thereby giving victory to you guessed who, yes, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar. But Justice Onnoghen confessed to crimes against our nation. That put the spanner in the works for the Atiku Plan One.

“Now you know why the South-South PDP Governors mobilised the Youth Wing of PDP, IPOB, to defend the self-confessed offender and threatened the nation with mayhem. Nigerians stood their ground and Nigerians won.

“STEAL THE PEOPLE’S VOTES BY STUFFING BALLOT BOXES ACROSS THE NATION BEFORE THE ELECTION. This was the second option of The Atiku’s Plan. They planned for a token Campaign. They did not take campaign seriously. They just had what I call “Tokenism”. But the bubble burst when it came to be that INEC postponed the elections. But that didn’t stop them. They reverted to the next plan on The Atiku plan.

“DESTABILISE NIGERIA BY REPLICATING THE VENEZUELAN OPTION. Reluctantly, he went to the Election Tribunal knowing that his Trump card, Justice Onnoghen, won’t be playing ball. Since then, he has been busy reporting Nigeria, a sovereign nation, to America. In addition, he plastered his face all over Abuja, claiming he won the election with a pending appeal case at the Tribunal! TREASON!

“Atiku went on to hire a foreign firm, Fein & DelValle, a firm he has used since 2002, to lobby America not to recognise the mandate freely given to President Muhammadu Okechukwu Buhari for his second term and possibly provoke Nigerians by interfering with the second term inauguration of President Buhari on May 29the 2019.

“So why was William Jefferson, the New Orleans, US congressman convicted in 2009 for an Atiku Abubakar-related crime sent to jail and Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, is still walking free? Time to get him to answer some hard questions.

“It’s sweet music that Alhaji Atiku Abubakar was rejected at the polls by Nigerians. What sort of desperation would push a former Vice President to push for the destabilisation of his mother land? I think he already mortgaged or sold NNPC and other national treasures for campaign funds.

“We are glad that there’ll be a Nigeria to bequeath to our future generation. This would have been impossible had Alhaji Atiku Abubakar won the 2019 Presidential elections. We would have all been sold for easy cash.

“Every Atiku Abubakar plan for the destabilisation of our nation, will come to nothing. Nigerians will resist any form of foreign interference in our domestic affairs because Nigeria is a sovereign nation, a fact that is lost on the desperate Atiku Abubakar. We will insist that our sovereignty, be respected.

“Our laws should not be respecters of status. Let the law enforcement agencies, therefore, go after those who break them, irrespective of status.”