The All Progressives Congress (APC) has berated the 2023 presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Atiku Abubakar, over his quest to obtain the academic records of President Bola Tinubu.

Recall that the Chicago State University (CSU) released the academic records of the President following the order of Judge Nancy Maldonado of the United States District Court for Northern Illinois.

The PDP presidential candidate had requested the release of Tinubu’s academic records to help his electoral case at the Supreme Court.

Speaking in an interview with The Punch on Tuesday, the APC National Publicity Director, Bala Ibrahim, said Atiku is suffering from ‘post-election defeat disorder’, describing the former Vice President as a serial loser.

Ibrahim stated that his request for CSU to release Tinubu’s academic records was a fruitless exercise, adding that the PDP has not recovered from his loss in the presidential election.

The APC stalwart claimed Nigerians had rejected the opposition party following years of mismanagement and admonished the former vice president to quit politics.

He stated, “We have said times without number that the PDP and Atiku are suffering from ‘defeat disorder syndrome.’ The next thing for them to do now is to file another application at the court asking for the number of times Tinubu attended lectures at the Chicago State University.

‘’There is just nothing they won’t question, including asking God why he created the man Tinubu. There is what they call post-trauma disorder syndrome. If they are not treated for it, they will continue to manifest stupidity until such a time when the proper psychiatric assessment of their situation is done.’’

Ibrahim further knocked the PDP for refusing to accept defeat, advising the party’s presidential candidate to retire from public life.

“Remember, Nigerians voted them out. They refused to accept it and went to court. The court threw them out. They refused and went abroad, where they were voted out again.

’Now, they are still refusing to accept. To us, it is a foregone issue. The case has been rested. Atiku should just swallow his pride and bow out of public life,” he counselled.