This is following an alleged attempt by one of the freed Chibok schoolgirls to commit suicide because she was being forced to attend ABTI Schools, which is owned by Atiku.
The ex-VP, through his media adviser, Paul Ibe, took a swipe at some would-be journalists who tried to exploit the Chibok girl trauma to score cheap political point.
Ibe said: ”The Waziri Adamawa prays that those who have suffered so much get all the treatment and support they need, and urgently calls on the Federal Government to honour its promise to make Nigerians feel safe again.
”Atiku, the founder of the AUN Group of Schools, is shocked that some would-be journalists think it is fair game to exploit a young girl’s trauma to score cheap political points.
”Atiku Abubakar is not aware that anyone is forced to attend ABTI Schools. The story is contrived hogwash.
”He urges the media, a critical partner in our march to progress and development, to remember that not everything is about 2019.
”I wish to stress that the intention of the Waziri Adamawa was to give the freed Chibok girls (just like he did to an earlier batch in 2014) the best possible education, and that was why he helped set up the foundation programme to create such an opportunity in a familiar environment.”