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WE ENJOY A CORDIAL RELATIONSHIP! Oshiomhole denies insulting Aisha Buhari

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WE ENJOY A CORDIAL RELATIONSHIP! Oshiomhole denies insulting Aisha Buhari

The National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, has denied making uncomplimentary remarks against the person of the First Lady, Aisha Buhari.

Oshiomhole said the First Lady and other leaders of the party enjoy a cordial relationship and work in unison to ensure that the PDP looters do not return to power.

He said the rumours were the work the highly unscrupulous elements of the PDP and their cohorts knowing fully well that they have lost the forthcoming general elections.

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Oshiomhole made the denial in a statement made available to reporters on Tuesday in Abuja by his spokesperson, Simon Ebegbulem.

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It was in reaction to an unfounded report on social media claiming that Oshiomhole accused Aisha of being in an amorous relationship with a certain senator of the opposition party.

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Oshiomhole’s statement described such post as malicious and misleading.

The statement read in part;

“At no fora did the National Chairman make such uncomplimentary remarks against the person of the First Lady.

“This is part of the fake news from the pit of hell being propagated by highly unscrupulous elements of the PDP and their cohorts, knowing fully well that they have lost the forthcoming general elections.

“Mrs Buhari, the National Chairman and other leaders of the party enjoy a cordial relationship and work in unison to ensure that the PDP looters do not return to power.”

He, therefore, “urged that the public disregard this misleading comment on the social media.”

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