Vice President Osinbajo’s whereabouts in the past few weeks have been revealed.
NewsOne Nigeria reports that Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, had claimed that Vice President, Prof Yemi Osinbajo had been forcibly infected with Coronavirus and in critical condition. He had earlier claimed that Osinbajo was critically ill.
Leader of the proscribed group IPOB had also claimed Femi Adesina, the Spokesman to President Muhammadu Buhari, has not been seen around Aso Rock because of some secrets he is aware of.
“As we continue to pray for the quick recovery of all those afflicted by this global pestilence, let us also ask God to protect those who were either forcibly infected with Coronavirus like Yemi Osinbajo or missing due to what they know about Fulani grand deception with Jubril Al-Sudani, like poor Femi Adesina who has not been seen around Aso Rock for some days now,” he wrote on Facebook.
However, after pressure from Nnamdi Kanu, Osinbajo’s spokesperson, Laolu Akande, revealed that Nigeria’s Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo (SAN) has been attending to official matters on how to improve Nigeria’s economy.
The Presidential spokesman recalled that VicePresidentOsinbajo had on Thursday meet with the Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Kaduna State Governor, and some Ministers via video conferencing.
His words: “With my boss the Vice President last night in his office, reviewing some of the events of the week,” he wrote.
“By the way continue to ignore professional fake news conduits who share fictions about the whereabouts of the president and his Vice.
“The critical mass of our people see both the president and the VP regularly on TV, hear about them regularly on radio, read from them in the press and observe their activities regularly on the social media.
“For instance, on Thursday the VP held a videoconferencing meeting that included the governor of Kaduna, Power and Finance Ministers, the CBN governor and other government officials on how to expand electricity in the country.
“The work goes on, and Nigeria will surely prevail. We will do it together.”