Ikoyi building collapse: Ade.Ojo denies selling property to Nigeria’s vice-president
Michael Ade- Ojo, founder of Elizade Motors and Elizade University, Ilara Mokin, Ondo State, has denied selling the land of the Ikoyi collapsed multiple storey building to vice president Yemi Osinbajo.
The clarification is coming hours after an online report linked ownership of the collapsed building to Osinbajo that was allegedly sold to him by Michael Ade Ojo.
In a statement he personally signed yesterday, he said he owns the land adjacent to the property on Gerrard Road but debunked the report by an online medium (Saharareporters) that he sold the land where the collapsed property was built.
He added that although he owns the next property to the crumbled building, he has no intention of selling it.
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