EXPOSED!!! Atiku In Trouble As Homeland Security Documents Indicting Him in US Leaks (Photos)

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Following the primary election of the People’s Democratic Party which former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar emerged as its flag bearer in the 2019 Presidential elections, more searchlights have been beamed on him to dip up anything of interest t the Nigerian public.

Contrary to the claims by the US department of Justice, in reply to an inquiry by our, saying that Atiku Abubakar has no criminal record in the US, 9News Nigeria has sighted fresh documents from Homeland Security which prove otherwise.

From the documents obtained by 9News Nigeria, Atiku had been indicted on money laundry charges by the United States of America in conjunction with Homeland security.

Anyone who knows how the homeland security works in USA would know that they are directly responsible for who is allowed in or out of the United states.

Once you are on their radar and red flagged, you have absolutely no hope of getting into the United States of America until your charges have been dropped and they have cleared you.

9News Nigeria  checks revealed that for many years (since 2008), Atiku has refused to step a foot in the united States, probably based on the reasons above.

Most of his partners in the alleged money laundry crime have all been arrested, charged and jailed.

Sources say his case was so deep, it became a case study on Corruption for homeland security in the USA.

Attached is from the united states homeland Security with emphasis (mine) on Alhaji Atiku Abubakar.

 

More Details soon… See documents below

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