I’m not under pressure to resign – Osinbajo

I'm not under pressure to resign - Osinbajo

Presidency has denied rumour making the rounds that Acting President, Yemi Osinbajo was being pressurized to resign his office by Nigerian governors.

Reacting to the rumour, in a statement by the Special Adviser to the president on Political Affairs in the office of the Vice President, Femi Ojudu in Abuja yesterday stated that, there was no iota of truth in the matter, saying it was entirely false.

He said that Osinbajo was busy yesterday attending to visitors after presiding over the Federal Executive Council, FEC. Ojudu stated: “I have read many ridiculous stories saying the Vice President Prof. Yemi Osinbajo is being held hostage by some governors who are trying to compel him to resign.

“I have equally received several calls regarding this. The story is simply not true. It is a fabrication. Don’t be a purveyor of fake news . “The Vice President is behind his desk carrying out his task.

The Federal Executive Council presided over by him has just ended and he has been busy receiving visitors and holding meetings.”

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7 Comments

  1. There is no smoke without fire. Time shall tell. Believe it or not, Nigeria is in a reflux right now. God is restructuring Nigeria. The cries of the oppressed 5% and 50% christians may have reached Him. It shall be well. Evil never lasts forever. All the blood-thirsty agents of darkness are in a panic mode.

  2. The Constitution must be upheld at all cost!! Whatever happens, Osinbajo is the Vice President and Buhari the President. Anybody scheming to remove any of them through intimidation or pressure should be arrested and tried for TREASON. There are too many over ambitious nincompoops in the Senate!!! The only one talking sense is MURRAY-BRUCE!!!! OSINBAJO STAND FIRM.

  3. The dubious people will never want progress in their life. Is their hand work leave them everyday for the thief one day for the owner nemesis will catch up against the one day wicked Nigerians

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