No bad blood between Buhari, Osibanjo – South-west APC

Amdist specuations of a face off between President Muhammadu Buhari (PMB) and P vice, Prof Yomi Osibanjo, the South West Forum of the All Progressive Congress (APC), FCT chapter has clarified that there is no bad blood between the duo.

Speaking during a press conference in Abuja Thursday, Chairman of the  forum, Pastor Olusegun Erinle noted that since their election first in 2015 and their re-election this year, president Buhari and Osibanjo, had enjoyed cordial working relationship which according to him has been acknowledged by the president.

He warned those fanning the embers of discord to have a rethink.

Erinle who dismissed the  story of rancour between Buhari and his vice claimed that it was orchestrated by the fifth columist, urging Nigerians to support the Buhari’s government to deliver on its election promises.

He expressed the  worry that such divisive insinuations been spread in certain quarters if not checked was capable of distracting the All Progressive Congress (APC)  led government from implementing and achieving the Next Level Agenda.

The forum chairman said “It becomes auspicious and expedient of us that the APC South West Forum, FCT chapter, should come on air particularly to allay the fear that has currently become palpable in our public space over time on the purported souring working relationship between president Muhammadu Buahri and his vice President, Prof, Yomi Osibanjo.

“Since the Inaguration of this government in 2015 , Change Agenda has not only brought about  meaningful redirection that has positively positioned our economy on the part of progress and sustainable development, but has also demonstrated a healthier understanding and a robust working relationship like we have never had before between our past president and his vice. 

“The president has always expressed confidence on his vice. People should not instigate our leader’s against themselves. There is no bad blood between the two.”

The forum urged Nigerians to support and encourage the President and his vice “to continue to deliver on good governance they both promised instead of orchestrating such divisive insinuations that could distract and slow down the opening up developmental space.”

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