IT entrepreneur, Blockchain Developer, Executive Cybersecurity Consultant and political analyst, Charles Awuzie has opened a can of worms on the alleged American visa lobbying deal of Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Presidential Candidate, Atiku Abubakar.
Bifotad Media reports that Awuzie who is also a Biotech Investor made this known on his Twitter page.
He accused the former Vice President of paying a firm known as Legacy Logistics LLC, about $16 million to procure a visa for him, with over $8 million set aside to write a book that would influence the outcome of the election.
Mr. Awuzie backed his claim with a document he claimed was obtained from an American government agency.
“I’ve obtained documents from an American govt agency showing that Legacy Logistics LLC entered into a $16 million contract with Sada Cumbers for the ffing services: 1) Procure US visa for @atiku ($5.5M), write a book to influence election for Atiku (over $8m) etc. Full doc SOON”
As a follow-up to that, he in another tweet posted a document that seeks to indicate details of the deal.
“As promised, we have published documents linking @atiku of @OfficialPDPNig to a $16.5Million American visa Lobbying deal. Click:
@thecableng @lindaikeji @SaharaReporters @CNNPolitics @BBCAfrica
#AtikuOkowa2023 is bad for #Democracy https://t.co/ftCupGq0NX
The 2023 Presidential election is proving to be one that will be fraught with intrigues, accusations, and counter-accusations from the supporters of the different presidential hopefuls.
Out of the 19 presidential candidates officially contesting the presidential race, Bola Tinubu of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), and Peter Obi of the Labour Party (LP) are the three major frontliners.
The general elections are expected to take place in February next year.
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