Vice President Yemi Osinbajo has written Google to remove a video considered to be malicious from YouTube.
A video report published on September 20 on the video-sharing site by Roots TV Nigeria alleged that Vice President Osinbajo “used” federal agencies under his supervision as vice president “to stack funds” for 2023 general elections.
His legal representative, Femi Atoyebi law firm said in the letter to Google that the report was untrue and defamatory.
Vice President Osinbajo says he’s ready to waive his constitutional immunity to “enable the most robust adjudication” of several allegations against his person and office.
He has also started legal action against two persons his office accuses of making the claims he calls baseless.
Vanguard newspaper on Wednesday apologised to Mr Osinbajo over a news report alleging that he mismanaged N90 billion said to have been released by the Federal Inland Revenue Service to the All Progressives Congress for the 2019 general elections.
Th newspaper in a statement posted on its website apologised to the vice president, the APC, and the FIRS for “any inconvenience or embarrassment the publication has occasioned them”.