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Linking Osinbajo To Ikoyi Building Collapse Is Extreme Political Blackmail – Group

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A social political group, The Progressives League has condemned the linking of the name of the vice president Prof. Yemi Osinbajo name to Ikoyi Building as unfortunate and extreme political blackmail.

This is contain in a statement signed by the group National Publicity Secretary. Comrade Abisola Quadri. According to the group, the unfortunate collapse of the building and by extension many life lost calls for sober reflection and not the sinister linkage of the people’s vice president of Nigeria to such an unfortunate incidence.

For the records, VP Osinbajo has declared all his properties and interest to the Code of Conduct Bureau according to the law of the country.

As we mourn the life lost and the government of Lagos State is doing everything to forestall future occurrence, we as a group believe we have a collective duty to stop any misinformation that may distract the work of the committee to unravel the mystery behind the unfortunate incident.

The group stated further that it is Crystal clear that the only reason anybody will mention Prof. Osinbajo in such unfortunate collapse is his record as an incorruptible, hardworking, loyalty to the country and his scorecard of competence, clarity and leadership as the vice president ever in the history of our country.

“Prof. Osinbajo loyalty to this nation will never allow him to engage in activities that can endanger the life of the citizen he work hard to improve their life. Those who want to link his name to it has failed and they will never succeed in their sinister motive to soil the good record of Prof.

The group therefore appreciate Chief Micheal Ade Ojo swiftness in setting the record straight that he neither own nor sell the property or any other property to Prof. Osinbajo. May many of Goodwill and conscience never cease in our nation. The group concluded.

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