Sunday, 3 February 2019

PDP Chieftains Reacts To Osibanjo's Plane Crash Landing.



Election campaign tragedy was averted when the chopper conveying Nigerian vice president, Yemi Osibanjo crash landed in Kabba, Kogi State.
Official spokesman for the VP, Mr Laolu Akande disclosed this in a tweet and also revealed that all occupants of the crashed helicopter came out safe.
Election campaign tragedy was averted when the chopper conveying Nigerian vice president, Yemi Osibanjo crash landed in Kabba, Kogi State.Official spokesman for the VP, Mr Laolu Akande disclosed this in a tweet and also revealed that all occupants of the crashed helicopter came out safe.
Meanwhile, PDP’s presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar and other notable PDP leaders took to twitter to express gratitude to God for the ill-fated crash landing. See their reactions below
Atiku Tweets;
“Dear Vice President ProfOsinbajo, I just received news of the crash of your helicopter in Kabba, Kogi State. I am happy to note however that all is well with you and your delegation. -AA”
Ben Bruce Tweets:
“So glad VP Yemi ProfOsinbajo
is safe. I wish him well and want him to stay alive, we can all work together as patriots to get this nation on the road to greatness. We may be in different parties and support different candidates, but he is first and foremost a human being”
Saraki Tweets:
“I join all Nigerians in thanking Almighty God for sparing the life of Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, who survived a helicopter crash over Kabba, Kogi State today.”

Fayose Tweets
“I rejoice with VP Yemi Osinbajo and thank God for keeping him alive today. I wish him quick recovery from whatever minor injuries he could have sustained in the crash.
For me, sanctity of life goes beyond politics and I pray that God will continue to safeguard his life.”
Dogara tweets:
“I join His Excellency, Prof
@ProfOsinbajo
in thanking the Almighty God for saving him and his team from any fatality in the unfortunate incident in Kogi State. I urge relevant authorities to conduct due diligence checks on all govt owned aircraft to prevent a re-occurrence.”

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