The Presidency on Sunday said there is no truth in media reports of an attempt to whittle down the powers of Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo by some power brokers in the Presidency.
Speaking on Channels Television programme ‘Sunday Politics’ Femi Adesina, Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity said all the media reports are nothing but insinuations.
On some policies initiated by the Presidency which affected Osinbajo’s office, Adesina said it is all geared towards making Nigeria better
“These are all insinuations. They are not necessarily true and correct. Both of us who operate from the inside have not seen the alleged crack between the President and Vice- President. They are not there”.
“I am surprised to read so many things published but from the inside, I can confidently say there are no issues. The Presidency remains one and the work continues. If there are some adjustments in practices and procedures, they are just things that are good for the country”.
“They are things that are meant to make the country better and achieve the goal for Nigeria. When I read all these things, I wonder where they get them from and typical of a mob, you have seen that they have descended on the Vice-President but he is right to go court because it is his Integrity that they have impugned” he said.