Today 3 December, 2021

Osibanjo reacts to Campaign office inauguration rumour ahead of 2023 Presidency

The office of the vice president distanced it self from a reports which claims that vice president yemi Osibanjo had opened a campaign office in Abuja preparatory to contesting the 2023 presidential ticket or the All Progressive Congress
(APC).

The reports which emerged on Sunday claims that the vice president had set up the office at No. 15b, Buchanan Crescent, off Aminu Kano, near Emab Plaza Wuse 2, Abuja.

Same reports claims that the office which was allegedly inaugurated on Saturday, was set up under the auspices of Progressives Consolidated Group (PCG) complete with Osinbajo’s banner inscribed with the “Face of Hope.”

In response to the report the Office of the vice president through the the Senior Special Assistant to the President (Media & Publicity), has denied the the report on Sunday and has issued a statement in respect to it which reads:

“There has again been a flurry of activities, such as the release of campaign-style promotional videos, banners in the Social Media and even the deployment of political posters in some parts of the country, including the FCT and Kano, insinuating that the Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, SAN, has joined the 2023 Presidential Race.

“The Office of the Vice President wishes to reiterate a statement on the same subject, made earlier in May this this year.

“The Office of the Vice President is not in any way connected with the distribution and deployment of any 2023 political posters whether on the streets or in online videos, banners, and the like on the Social Media.

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