Osinbajo apologises as aides beat journalist at Presidential Villa; says viral list of sacked aides should be ignored

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has apologized after his safety aides assaulted a journalist at the banquet corridor of the presidential villa in Abuja the place the Nigerians in Diaspora Fee (NiDCOM) chaired by Abike Dabiri-Erewa organised  a summit.  

 

Recall LIB reported that Abayomi Adeshida, a photo-journalist with Vanguard was taking pictures of the vice chairman at the exhibition stand when Division of State Companies (DSS) operatives pounced on him as Osinbajo was being introduced a duplicate of the journal as memento.  The photo-journalist later informed his colleagues that he was not informed his offence. He mentioned he didn’t do something out of the atypical earlier than the safety operatives began hitting him.

 

Reacting to the backlash that trailed the incident, Osinbajo’s media aide Laolu Akande apologized publicly on his behalf. He additional disclosed that the problem has been resolved. 

 

He tweeted “The needless scuffle btw a villa accredited photographer, Mr. Adeshida & one of our security aides earlier today has since been resolved. Incident is regretted & I have apologized to him for any embarrassment caused. “

 

Additionally commenting on the viral list of sacked aides of the Vice President, Akande mentioned it should be ignored. 

 

“Also, a list circulating in the media on d so-called sacked ……presidential aides is not genuine and ought to be ignored” he tweeted. 

 

Osinbajo apologises as aides beat journalist at Presidential Villa; says viral list of sacked aides should be ignored

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