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Osinbajo sues Timi Frank, Katch Ononuju for criticism

Nigeria's Vice-president Yemi Osinbajo Wednesday said he has requested lawful activity against Timi Frank and Katch Ononuju for criticism and malevolent lie.

"I have today taught the beginning of legitimate activity against two people, one Timi Frank, and another Katch Ononuju, who have put their names to these terrible misrepresentations," Osinbajo tweeted on Wednesday.
"The slanderous and misdirecting affirmations created by this faction had for the most part been making the online life adjusts secretly," he added.He noticed that he was prepared to defer his established insusceptibility to demonstrate his innocence against a few charges, suggestion, and deceptions on his individual and office.
Osinbajo's representative Laolu Akande said before on Tuesday that there will "be a lawful and appropriate retribution" for the "blast of offensive cases against VP Osinbajo for the most part on WhatsApp and somewhere else on Social Media by generally nondescript individuals."

Straight to the point, a previous agent attention secretary of the All Progressives Congress, blamed Osinbajo for bungling N90 billion purportedly given by the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS) as crusade finances 2019 decisions.
Straight to the point didn't give any proof to help his most recent case.
The FIRS has since exposed Mr Frank's claim.

On Monday, FIRS representative Wahab Gbadamosi rejected the case, saying the organization's yearly designation isn't up to N90 billion.
"The consideration of the Federal Inland Revenue Service, FIRS, has been attracted to production some on the web and day by day papers by a specific Comrade Timi Frank, the previous Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC), who asserted that the FIRS bolstered the'APC, through the Vice President Yemi Osinbajo with a ghost N90 billion."

"IT IS NOT PLAUSIBLE nor DOES IT MAKE ANY SENSE that FIRS will submit its assets to a ghost crusade of N90 billion as recommended by Mr. Timi Frank and FIRS doesn't support political affiliations," Gbadamosi said.

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