An Abuja landlord, Ayuba Musa, has dismissed a report claiming that Kiki Osinbajo owns the property on Durban Street, Wuse 2
Musa in a disclaimer signed on Friday, July 10, said he owned the property
The landlord challenged anyone doubting his ownership of the property to check with the Abuja authorities
An Abuja property owner, Ayuba Musa, has dismissed a report claiming that the vice-president’s daughter, Kiki Osinbajo, owns the property on Durban Street, Wuse 2, which is allegedly worth N800m.
Musa who is the landlord of the property housing GLAM’D Africa, the company of Kiki Osinbajo, faulted the report which was posted on social media by Jackson Ude, a New York-based blogger, The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reported.
The landlord, in a disclaimer signed on Friday, July 10, in Abuja, said the property was never, at any point in time, sold to the vice president’s daughter or to anyone.
Musa said all documents on the house were still carrying his name. He challenged anyone doubting his ownership of the property to check with the FCT authorities.
The landlord explained that Osinbajo’s daughter has been his tenant since April 12, 2017.
Legit.ng had reported that Kiki had on Friday, July 10, denied ownership of the property while disclosing her landlord’s name for members of the public to verify.
In another report, the acting chairman of the EFCC, Ibrahim Magu, has reportedly denied ever giving Vice President Yemi Osinbajo N4 billion.
Magu, who is under investigation by a presidential panel, was said to have made the denial when reacting to claims in the media that he transferred N4 billion to Osinbajo, The Nation reported.
A member of the investigating committee said Magu described the report as false, pointing out that he does not have access to such huge amount of cash.
The former EFCC acting chairman reportedly said he did not order the transfer of N4 billion to the vice president or to anybody and demanded for the matter to be clarified.
Meanwhile, following allegations that Yemi Osinbajo received funds from the suspended acting chairman of the EFCC, Ibrahim Magu, the vice president has written to the Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu.
This development is coming after an unconfirmed report broke out on social media that Magu gave Osinbajo N4 billion after allegedly embezzling over N39 billion.
The unsubstantiated report which has been widely circulated on various social media platforms claimed that the EFCC boss told the panel that he gave Osinbajo the funds.
According to Premium Times, Osinbajo in a letter through his lawyers, Taiwo Osipitan, on Wednesday, July 8, petitioned the IGP to investigate allegations, adding that the claims were not true and defamatory.
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