2019: Atiku petitions Buhari, alleges threat to life

Former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar, has petitioned President Muhammad Buhari over alleged threat to his life and those of his family members regarding his decision to contest the 2019 presidency.
Atiku, who is one of the aspirants on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the petition dated September 7, 2018, requested for more security personnel to be attached to him and his family members.
The petition, titled: “Petition Over Criminal Intimidation And Threat To My Life, That Of Members Of My Family, And Cyber Stalking Using Mobile Phone Number 08148228704,” was copied to the PDP National Chairman, Prince Uche Secondus.
He said his wife and daughters have received separate text messages from a mobile line stating that unless he backs out of the race, they would be raped and killed.
The former Vice President said the author of the threat text message said his family was being watched closely.
He called on the president to order an urgent investigation into the matter pointing out that it could lead to serious breaches and may constitute real danger to national security.
“I present my highest compliments to the President and Commander-in Chief of the Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and have the honour to request your Excellency kind review/investigation and urgent consideration of extra protection for my family and I against some criminal intimidation and threat to my life, that of my family, and the cyber stalking against my family and I, using telephone mobile number +2348148228704,” he said.
According to Atiku, the author of the threat message also said, “We will blow your plane off the sky and we will poison you and your family. You are going to see what we will do with your family. We know when and where your children travel to.”


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