- Abuja property owner exposes Jackson Ude’s lies against VP’s daughter
Following a social media post by one New York based rogue blogger, Mr Jackson Ude that Vice President Yemi Osinbajo’s daughter owns the property at No. 40 Durban Street, Wuse 2, Abuja, housing her company, GLAM’D Africa, the landlord of the property, Dr Ayuba Musa has dismissed Mr Ude’s claims, describing it as entirely false.
In a disclaimer signed by Dr Ayuba Musa, last night, the landlord said the property was never, at any point in time, sold to the Vice President’s daughter or t anyone.
Dismissing Ude’s post about the ownership of the property, Dr Musa said that he remained the rightful owner of the property and that all documents on the house were still carrying his name and challenged anyone in doubt to check with the FCT authorities.
“In reaction to the recent reports on social media with regards to the above mentioned property, I write to declare that I, Dr Ayuba Z Musa, am the rightful owner of the said property located at No. 40 Durban Street, Wuse 2, Abuja.
“I have all my documents which are duly registered with AGIS.
“I have never at any point sold or have agreed to sell my property to GLAM’D Africa, Miss Kiki Osinbajo or to any other person. This is completely false,” the disclaimer quoted Dr Musa as saying.
Continuing on the tenant occupant of the property, Dr Musa said “GLAM’D Africa, a business owned by Olukoyinsola Osinbajo, is my tenant and has been since 12th April 2017. The tenancy was recently renewed on the 3rd of May 2020 for an additional period of 1 year.”
Dr Musa’s response further clarifies the questionable motive and fraudulent character of Mr Jackson Ude, hence the need for the general public to disregard comments attributed to him about just anything.
Mr Ude, through his fake news platform recently claimed that ex-EFCC chairman, Ibrahim Magu had confessed to giving N4b to Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, and further reported in another post that part of the N4b was used to purchase the property at Wuse 2, Abuja for GLAM’D Africa, a company owned by the Vice President’s daughter.