Abuja property owner denies allegation against Osinbajo's daughter

The owner of the property that houses the company, Dr. Ayuba Musa, rejected the claim by an American blogger, Jackson Ude, about the ownership of the house.

Ude, editor of Point Blank News, said on the platform that interim chairman of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Ibrahim Magu confessed to a presidential panel that gave Vice President Yemi Osinbajo N4 billion in exchange for releasing some seized assets of suspected looters of the treasure.


He added that part of the money was used to buy the property in Wuse 2, Abuja, for GLAM & # 39; D Africa, owned by Osinbajo's daughter, Kiki.

However, the owner, in a notice he signed on Friday in Abuja, said the property was never, at any time, sold to the vice president's daughter or anyone else.

Musa said he remains the rightful owner of the property and that all documents in the house still bear his name and challenged anyone in doubt to check with the Federal Capital Territory Authority (FCTA).


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He said: “In reaction to recent reports on social media regarding the property mentioned above, I write to declare that I, Dr. Ayuba Z Musa, am the rightful owner of the property located at 40 Durban Street, Wuse 2, Abuja.


“I have all my documents duly registered with the Abuja Geographic Information Systems (AGIS).

"I have never sold or agreed to sell my property to GLAM & # 39; D Africa, Miss Osinbajo or anyone else; this is completely untrue.”

He said Osinbajo's daughter was his tenant and has been since April 12, 2017, adding that the lease was recently renewed for an additional year.

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