Ozekhome: Osinbajo should fight brutally like a Man with Manhood or quietly Resign


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Mike Ozekhome, Human Rights Activist (SAN) has reacted to speculations concerning VP Yemi Osinbajo being stripped of relevant powers in government, the handwork of cabals. Following the sack of 35 Aides of VP Osinbajo, Ozekhome has urged VP  Osinbajo to fight back the cabals brutally like a man with manhood or resign honorably.

“Osinbajo has two options.

The first option is to get ready to pull his punches and fight like a man that has manhood. He should fight squarely, frontally and brutally like a man with manhood.

“The second option is that he should honourably resign as vice president of Nigeria before they pour more ashes on his head and before they bespatter his white garment with more muds and more excrement. In these two options, there are no grey areas at all. They are just the two options available.

The Human Rights Activist made a reference to the long-standing feud between Obasanjo and Atiku Abubakar. According to him, Atiku was able to leave the office as Vice-President with his dignity intact.

“He should either put his hat in the ring to fight the cabal squarely. Atiku fought Obasanjo squarely to the knowledge of everybody in this country. He fought brutally whether in court or on the political scene. In every way, Atiku fought Obasanjo to a standstill and everybody was aware.

“So, Osinbajo should be ready to do what Atiku did by fighting with all he can but if he cannot, he should take the honourable way out by resigning quietly. Otherwise, he will be so rubbished and reduced in significance and importance that he will not even be accorded the status of being a glorified messenger.

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“In a situation where the president can send Osinbajo to his home town to go and witness the turbaning of a small chief and documents are being sent to the president to sign Nigerian laws in London, it is a clear case that when the market is on fire, you do not tell the deaf and the blind. They will know when they feel the heat”, he said.


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