Serial election loser, Nigeria bigger than your ambition – APC replies Atiku

The All Progressives Congress (APC), has described the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate in the 2023 election, Atiku Abubakar as a serial loser.

This was contained in a statement by APC spokesman, Felix Morka, adding that Nigeria was greater than Atiku’s unrealised presidential ambition.

Morka was responding to the former Vice President’s world press conference on Monday, following the Supreme Court’s ruling that upheld President Bola Tinubu’s election.

Following his defeat at the apex court, Atiku said the implication of the judgement is that the judiciary is saying crime should be rewarded.

“If the Supreme Court, the highest court in the land, implies by its judgment that crime is good and should be rewarded, then Nigeria has lost, and the country is doomed, irrespective of who occupies the presidential seat.

“Obviously, the consequences of those decisions for the country will not end at the expiration of the current government. They will last for decades,” he aid.

He also claimed that incontrovertible evidence showed that Tinubu broke the law by submitting a forged certificate to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC). However, Morka said Atiku should accept defeat as a statesman.

The statement reads: “It is delusional for Atiku, and his degenerate PDP, to have expected the courts to rely on their bogus, flimsy, unverifiable, uncorroborated, illogical and hearsay evidence to upturn an election that was conducted in substantial compliance with the Constitution and electoral laws of our land.

“Thankfully, it does not lie in Atiku’s mouth to declare what constitutes ‘incontrovertible evidence’. That is the constitutional duty of the courts, which they have discharged honorably and creditably.

“For a serial election loser whose life ambition is to rule the country, we understand how pained and utterly distraught Atiku must be.

“Atiku, you are right that this is not and cannot be all about you. Yes, it is about Nigeria. Nigeria is greater than your unrealized ambition to be president. Nigeria must move and has moved on.”