‘Soro s’oke’: Timi Frank tasks Osinbajo over ownership of collapsed Ikoyi building

A former Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Comrade Timi Frank, on Friday, has challenged Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, his all he knew about the collapsed 21-storey building at Ikoyi, Lagos State, on Monday.

One of the three high rise buildings under construction at Ikoyi, had caved in, last Monday, killing the developer and Chief Executive Officer of Fourscore Heights Limited, Femi Osibona and 32 others.

Many workers were left with varied degrees of injuries while some are said to be missing.

But Timi Frank, who is Ambassador of the United Liberation Movement for West Papua (ULMWP), to East Africa and Middle East, in a statement, in Abuja, commiserated with the families that lost loved ones and sympathised with those who were injured as a result of the building collapse.

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He said his call on Osinbajo to tell Nigerians the truth about his ownership of the building has become necessary so that the vice president could come clean on the property as speculations lined him to the buildings.

In the words of Frank, “Yesterday I read a statement signed by one Richard Akinnola “for and on behalf of friends and associates of Prof. Yemi Osinbajo” which sought to dispel rumours about the Vice President’s interests in the buildings and I began to wonder why this should come from friends, when Osinbajo is not known to lack the courage and eloquence to make his points.”


All Progressives CongressComrade Timi FrankUnited Liberation Movement for West PapuaVice President Yemi Osinbajo
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