By Kazeem Ugbodaga
Extinct Minister of Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola SAN, has vehemently denied the baseless and defamatory allegation that he used to be involved about drafting the judgement for the Presidential Election Petition Tribunal (PEPT) judges.
Fashola expressed his disappointment with the spread of this counterfeit files on social media platforms and has called on security agencies to take action against these accountable for spreading vulgar news.
Based completely totally on the allegation, Fashola clarified that he has been a ways from Abuja for an prolonged time frame, rendering the claims entirely vulgar.
He condemned the folk at the support of these unpleasant allegations, relating to them as agents of destabilization.
Fashola has initiated the ability of filing formal petitions against the offensive tweets and online stories with the administration of the microblogging characteristic, X (formerly identified as Twitter), and the National Communications Payment (NCC).
He urged the relevant security agencies to address this topic with utmost seriousness, as it strikes at the coronary heart of judicial independence.
The inclined Minister believes that these allegations would possibly well perhaps moreover be portion of a mighty wider campaign to undermine the judiciary by of us that watch to manipulate the institution for their very private invent.
He emphasises the importance of unmasking the perpetrators and their sponsors and guaranteeing that they face the appropriate apt penalties.
Fashola’s Particular Adviser on Media, Hakeem Bello launched a press relate on behalf of the inclined two-length of time Governor of Lagos Exclaim, urging contributors of the overall public to push aside these counterfeit allegations and requested them to file any folk involved about spreading such unpleasant fabrications to the relevant security agencies.