Presidency applauds VP Yemi Osinbajo for going ahead with engagement despite Helicopter crash in Kogi

– Pres. Muhammadu Buhari has applauded VP Yemi Osinbajo for going ahead with the engagement in Kogi state

– This comes after the VP was involved in an helicopter crash yesterday

Nigerian Pres. Muhammadu Buhari in a new statement released by his spokesperson, Garba Shehu has applauded VP Yemi Osinbajo for his tenacious spirit that made him go ahead with the Presidential campaign despite the fact that he was involved in an helicopter crash yesterday in Kaaba, Kogi state.

The President declared he is proud of the partnership and unalloyed loyalty which the vice president showed through his actions.

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Pres. Buhari went on to shower prayers on VP Yemi Osinbanjo as he prayed to God to continue to bless him and grant him good health.

Below is an extract from the statement released by Garba Shehu today,

President Muhammdu Buhari haas praised what he called “the tenacious spirit of Vice President Prof Yemi Osinbajo,” who survived a helicopter crash in Kogi State

Reacting to the incident yesterday in a telephone call he made to the VP, the President said “we give glory to Almighty God for sparing your life. I’m impressed by your tenacious spirit which enabled you to continue on your campaign engagement, despite the shock of the crash.”

“It takes tenacious spirit and amazing spiritual strength to survive a helicopter crash without being paralyzed by its impact. I’m proud of our partnership and your unalloyed loyalty and your commitment to the service of Nigeria.”

“That you proceeded with your engagements, despite the accident, is a testimony of your passion for service to country and a reflection of your admirable spiritual fervour.”

May God continue to protect you and all those on board with you, bless your lives and grant you more good health and long life to serve our country even more.”

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