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Oshiomhole said to reporters: Are you looking pitifully at me?

Given the dispute at the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC), on Thursday the Comrade Adams Oshiomhole’s national chairman seemed undeterred.
Oshiomhole was in his normal bubbling mood in his first appearance since FCT High Court in Abuja barred him from serving as president.
At his Aso Drive office, Abuja, on Thursday, he told a team of journalists that there was no need for him to be disturbed by activities in the party.

The leader of the APC, who came out of a meeting in his office thought to be running out to catch a Villa engagement, asked newsmen in his office entrance hall if they looked at him pitifully.
Decked in his normal Khaki wear, the party chief pointedly asked the newsmen: “Are you pitying  me?”He ran out happily to a waiting car before the journalists could react.

 

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