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“Aso Rock Juju Has Turned Osinbajo To A Devil” – Chief Ayo Adebanjo

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Chief Ayo Adebanjo, an elder statesman has said that Vice president, Yemi Osinbajo has been turned to the ‘worst devil’ by the ‘juju’ in Aso-rock.

Adebanjo advised the VP to step down in solidarity with late Chief Obafemi Awolowo’s struggle for true federalism. He also said that President Buhari’s integrity was gone. In his words;

“When a man who has integrity authorizes his AGF to go and meet a criminal in a strange land and then reinstates that criminal. It’s a pity.”

On Osinbajo he said; “Don ’t mind that one. I have told him to remember the son of who he is. His father and I were the followers of Chief Obafemi Awolowo on federalism.

He was born in federalism and when he was the Attorney General in Lagos. He took Obasanjo to court over local government allocation that was depriving Lagos. He won the case up to the Supreme Court. Now, he is the Vice – President.

It just reminds me of what Reuben Abati wrote that there is something wrong; the moment some people get to Aso Rock, there is a juju there that turns the good people among them into the worst devils.

He should have resigned. I say that without any hesitation. The Vice – President — I know him from his youth — highly intelligent and highly qualified.

A professor who is very sound. He has a job of his own. He is not jobless Why shouldn’t he resign? He went there with the thought to serve, maybe thinking of the West, that if there are any excesses of the President, he would be able to check it.

No! He was brought into wealth and he was silenced because of office. So, the Vice – President has no excuse. Tinubu has no excuse, particularly the Vice – President , who is a professional in his own right. He knows about all these ills. He has fought against them before. All these things are going on and you are seeing it?”

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