Tinubu: Omo-Agege Denies Working Against Tinubu’s Victory
Deputy President of the Senate, Ovie Omo-Agege, has rebuffed claims by Cairo Ojuogbo that he worked against the emergence of Bola Ahmed Tinubu as President-elect.
In a statement issued by his Chief Press Secretary, Sunny Areh today, Omo-Agege described Ojuogbo as an impetuous irritant.
He said, “Cairo Ojuogbo is an impetuous irritant, a sinking man who does not deserve a response from the Senate’s Deputy President.”
Recall that earlier Ojuogbo alleged that Ovie Omo-Agege worked against the emergence of the President-elect, Bola Tinubu.
Omo-Agege never believed Tinubu will win-Ojuogbo
Speaking on Arise Television, Ojuogbo said, “Omo-Agege did anti-party, he never believed Tinubu will win the presidential election, look at all his postal it was Peter Obi.
The APC chieftain also added “Look at the way he carried out his campaign in Delta State; he gathered small boys and used them. He said he was in politics to injure people, after which he goes around begging leaders.”
Tinubu who was declared the winner of the 25th of February Presidential elections by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) is set to be inaugurated on the 29th of May, 2023.
Ahead of his inauguration, a group, The Northern Christian Youth Professionals has appealed to Tinubu to work toward securing the release of the remaining abducted Chibok school girls. The plea was contained in a statement issued by the chairman of Northern Christian Youth Professionals, Isaac Abrak in Abuja.
Abrak said, “We remember the pain and trauma that the families and loved ones of the abducted girls have had to endure over the years. Our hearts go out to them on this solemn occasion.
He further urged the “incoming government to strengthen security in schools, particularly in Northern Nigeria, to prevent the continued abduction of school children,” adding that “the recent abduction of 10 school children in Awon community, Kachia Local Government Area in Kaduna State on the 4th of this month is a sad reminder that this problem is still with us.”
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