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Atiku’s Son Did Not Attend Jumu’a Prayers Or Visit Any Club – Paul Ibe

Atiku Abubakar

Atiku Abubakar

A media adviser to the ex-vice president of Nigeria, Atiku Abubakar, Paul Ibe has come out to say that Atiku’s son who recently tested positive for coronavirus did not visit any club in Abuja before he got diagnosed.

Paul shared this in a recent press statement reacting to the circulating report that the former president’s son, Mohammed Atiku Abubakar, visited a club in Abuja.

According to him, Mohammed did not attend the Friday Jumu’a prayers nor any social gathering until he was taken to Gwagwalada Specialist Hospital where he is being treated and managed.

He added that Nigerians should ignore any misinformation that the boy was visited Play Lounge nor any other club in Abuja and possibly spread it to other Nigerians who were present.

His words, “The case neither attended the Friday Jumu’a prayers nor any social gathering until his evacuation to Gwagwalada Specialist Hospital on the 20th where he is being treated and managed.”

“We urge members of the public to disregard the perfidious information that the case accessed open location. He was not at Play Lounge nor any other club in Abuja as being mischievously bandied about.

“The case neither attended the Friday Jumu’a prayers nor any social gathering until his evacuation to Gwagwalada Specialist Hospital on the 20th where he is being treated and managed.”

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Atiku Abubakar GCON (born 25 November 1946) is a Nigerian politician, businessman, philanthropist and presidential candidate of the People’s Democratic Party at the 2019 Nigerian general election. He served as the 11th vice-president of Nigeria from 1999 to 2007 under the presidency of Olusegun Obasanjo.

Abubakar is a co-founder of Intels Nigeria Limited, an oil servicing business with extensive operations in Nigeria and abroad. He is also the founder of Adama Beverages Limited, and the American University of Nigeria (AUN), both in Yola, Adamawa.

Atiku Abubakar was born on 25th November 1946 to a Fulani trader and farmer Garba Abubakar, and his second wife, Aisha Kande, in Jada village of Adamawa State. He was named after his paternal grandfather Atiku Abdulqadir and became the only child of his parents when his only sister died at infancy. In 1957, his father died by drowning while crossing a river to Toungo, a neighbouring village to Jada.

After completing his primary school education in 1960, he was admitted into Adamawa Provincial Secondary School in the same year, alongside 59 other students. He graduated from secondary school in 1965 after he made grade three in the West African Senior School Certificate Examination. Abubakar then proceeded to attend Nigerian Police College, Kaduna. He left the college for a position as a tax official in the Regional Ministry of Finance. Later he received admission to study at the School of Hygiene, Kano in 1966. In 1967, he graduated with a diploma. That same year, Atiku Abubakar was admitted for a Law Diploma at Ahmadu Bello University on a scholarship. He graduated in 1969 and was employed by Nigeria Customs Service that same year.




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