Who is Jenifer Atiku Abubakar, Her Biography, Wiki, Profile, Age, Education…
Jamilah Atiku Abubakar aka Jennifer Douglas E. aka Jennifer Douglas-Abubakar is the fourth wife of Vice President Atiku Abubakar.
Real Name: Former Jennifer Iwenjora Now Jenifer Atiku Abubakar
Husband: Alhaji Atiku Abubakar
Occupation: Legal Practitioner
Former Vice President, Atiku Abubakar, is married to a beautiful Igbo lady, Jennifer Iwenjora, who was until their marriage, a reporter with the popular Nigeria Television Authority (NTA).
Jenny as she is fondly called, who is a legal practitioner in private practice in the federal capital territory, Abuja, is said to be making underground moves for her hubby to actualized his presidential dream come next year.
Her marriage to Atiku, to some came as a shock, being an Igbo woman. But to another set of people, her choice was a fulfillment of who she is – bold, intelligent, fierce and a go getter.
Jenny is from the South-East but loves to be referred to as a Nigerian, with no tribe attached.
The former vice president, Atiku Abubakar have totally married up to four wives, and has 26 children.
A former journalist and Ph.D. student at the American University in Washington, Mrs. Atiku is the Founder, President and CEO of GEDE Foundation, a non-profit organization based in the Washington DC area of the United States. A cursory glance of the donor list of the Foundation shows that many high net worth individuals and blue chip companies that donated to the Obasanjo Library Project are all listed.
While there are lots of anonymous donors, such individuals as Herbert Orji, Lucky Omoluwa, Cosmas Maduka, Jibril Aminu, Oba Otudeko, Abba Dabo, Musa Bello, and Akinwole Omoboriowo are on the list of donors.
The corporate donors include but not limited to: Chrome Oil Services, Coscharis Motors, MTEL, UBA Plc., Chevron Texaco, COJA 8th All Africa Games, Guardian Express Bank, Sea Petroleum and Gas, Goodworks International LLC., Coca Cola, Motorola Nig. Ltd., Pfizer Pharmaceuticals, Total Fina Elf, Rockview Oil Services, Stanhoe Ventures, Devon Energy, Zenith Bank, Riggs Bank, DynQuest, Capital Lending, Global Apex Air Ltd., Gucci, Virgin Atlantic Airways, Saks Fifth Avenue, Louis Vuitton, Tiffany and Company, Doxa Digital, and many more.
On the surface it may appear that the Vice President did nothing wrong as Jennifer Douglas E bought the said property in Maryland. While we cannot reliably confirm that VP Atiku and Jennifer were married as at then, we are reliably informed that there was a romantic relationship between them which eventually culminated in marriage and the Vice President uses the residence in POTOMAC as his official residence whenever he is in the US.
A source that insists on remaining anonymous said, “Everybody knows Atiku paid for the house. Jennifer was pregnant with his child and there is no way she could afford a multimillion-dollar home. I challenge you to engage forensic accountants to look into this. You will discover that I am telling the truth.” Other independent sources confirmed to us that the house was paid for by Atiku Abubakar. Atiku and Jennifer are the owners of the American styled University in Yola (ABTI), capital of Adamawa, Atiku’s home state. A critic of the Obasanjo-Atiku Administration “after studying at the American University in Washington, the woman liked it so much that she and her husband decided to set up one in Nigeria.
Who knows, someday we’ll have a President’s wife who will get Harvard University set up in Nigeria as a birthday gift!”
In 2003, Ms. Jennifer E. Douglas donated twenty-five thousand dollars to Pres. Bush’s party, the Republican National Committee. Two months earlier, Jennifer Douglas-Abubakar had donated one thousand dollars to Mikulski for Senate Committee. In 2004 Jennifer Douglas-Abubakar donated five hundred dollars to Van Hollen for Congress. Why did Jennifer Douglas make the donation of twenty-five thousand dollars to the Republican National Committee when two months earlier Jennifer Douglas-Abubakar made the smaller donation of one thousand dollars?
The Vice President’s wife, according to an analyst that we spoke with, “knows that it is unconscionable for her to donate twenty-five thousand dollars to the Republican Party when Nigerians are dying of hunger. Therefore, she used a different name and for the smaller sums she used her real name or what we think her real name is…these are the same people fighting corruption? Give me a break,” he snickered.
Some Nigerians often wonder why Nigeria retains the unenviable position of the second most corrupt nation in the world despite all the attention the President’s anti-corruption crusade is generating in the media. A few months ago, Chancellor Schroeder of Germany told Obasanjo to put more energy in fighting corruption in Nigeria. Gov. Orji Kalu in an interview with Elendureports.com some months ago had unequivocally stated that Obasanjo’s government is corrupt, he says, “Corruption is under Obasanjo’s table”.
The President and his Administration, it appears, are interested in fighting the corruption of their enemies rather than carrying out a proper assessment of themselves. Atiku Abubakar should address charges of corruption that have been made against him. While the Nigerian media have refused to publish stories concerning the Vice President’s alleged corrupt practices, the stories have refused to fade away.