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More details emerge on the relationship between Buhari and Amina Zakari

The media went agog hours ago when alleged Buhari’s niece, Amina Zakari was appointed the chairperson of the INEC collation center for the 2019 presidential election.

The news never went well with PDP’s members, including their presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, Fayose, Reno Omorki, and others.

The Presidency has now responded to PDP over the accusation that INEC official, Amina Zakari is a relation of President Buhari.

In a statement released on Friday evening, the senior Special Assistant to the President on Media and Publicity, Garba Shehu, said the PDP had continued their ”baseless” accusations against the person of Amina Zakari.

Shehu in this statement, said PDP has once again lied as Zakari and President Buhari are not in anyway related.

“In their desperation, they forget that it was the PDP government that appointed her in the first place and they keep lying, as they have been caught doing on so many issues, by imputing a blood relationship between her and President Muhammadu Buhari.

“President Buhari and Commissioner Amina Zakari don’t share a family relationship. An inter-marriage occurred in their extended families, so the imputation of blood relationship between the President and the electoral commissioner is a simple lie;

What is even more curious about all the fuss coming from the PDP is that they, as a ruling party picked Mrs Zakari, judging her by her own merit and made her an electoral commissioner. She served so well with distinction as can be verified from the records that President Buhari approved the recommendation that she be reappointed, as he did other PDP nominees for second-term of four years. 

PDP, therefore, has no moral right to keep harassing this hardworking mother unless they have a hidden agenda.

By this statement, the PDP is guilty of scoring an own goal and two, of harassing an innocent citizen on the basis of a lie, pure and simple.”

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