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Sale of collapsed Ikoyi skyscraper land to Vice-President Osinbajo outright falsehood, says  Ade-Ojo

"Both claims are outright falsehoods. I hereby state that I do not own and never held title to the said property.

 

Chief Michael Ade- Ojo, the founder of Elizade Motors and Elizade University, Ilara-Mokin, Ondo State, has debunked a media report that he sold the land on which the Ikoyi collapsed building was erected to Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo.
Contrary to the report, he said he owns the land adjacent to the property on Gerrard Road, Ikoyi.
He described the online medium, as outright falsehoods.
On the property next to the crumbled skyscraper,  Ade-Ojo declared categorically that he has no intention of selling it.
“The story published titled, “Photo proof: Osinbajo bought the Ikoyi collapsed building”, also claimed that I sold the land to the Vice-President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, shortly after he became the Vice-President.
“Both claims are outright falsehoods. I hereby state that I do not own and never held title to the said property.

“In addition, l did not sell any land to the Vice-President at anytime whatsoever,” Ade-Ojo said in a five-paragraph statement personally signed by him.

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