Abiola Seun |.
Atiku Support Organisation(ASO), has condemned a report by an online news platform claiming that the former Vice President, Abubakar Atiku, sold his INTELS shares in 2018 to finance his 2023 ambition.
In a statement by the group’s Director-General, Abubakar Kabir Babawo, and National Publicity Secretary, Dr. El Mo Victor, they described the report as “crap and misleading.”
“This kind of crappy journalism is unacceptable and the medium should be above such.
“However, for the avoidance of doubt, the ASO can confirm that Atiku, a co-founder of INTELS has indeed sold his shares in the company, Nigeria’s biggest logistics service company.
“The decision to sell shares and invest the resources into other sectors of the economy was done due to the wicked, cruel, destructive, and retrogressive politics played by the ruling party to attack and weakened INTELS in the last five years.
“This is why many businesses have abandoned Nigeria and moved to neighbouring countries such as Ghana, leaving over 50 million Nigeria youths jobless in the country.
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