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Alake, Sanusi deny involvement in Ambode’s impeachment

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Former Commissioner for Information in Lagos State, Dele Alake and the Managing Director of the Lagos State Signage and Advertising Agency (LASAA), Bolaji Sanusi have expressed surprise that they have been named arrowheads of an alleged impeachment plot against Governor Akinwunmi Ambode.

They also denied being part of an impeachment move against the governor.

The other person alleged to be involved in the plot is the Managing Director of Lagos State Signage and Advertising Agency (LASAA), Bolaji Sanusi.

As at the time of publishing the earlier report, this e-newspaper did not get any reaction from the two men though it sought for it.

But more than one hour after the story was published, Alake sent a text message to one of our reporters.

“I’m astonished and astounded ! I’m not even aware there is any such plot . I’ve been out of Nigeria since last December and got back only few days ago and came straight to Abuja where I am to resume as co -secretary of the APC Presidential Campaign Council. I’m not even aware of anything of such and it must be the concoction of hallucinating demented minds!”

The former commissioner later called freelanews.online to further debunk the allegation. He maintained that since he is not a member of the Lagos State House of Assembly he cannot be part of such move.

Hours later, Sanusi also reacted to the allegation of his involvement in the alleged plot.

He sad: ” It is ridiculous and laughable that some disgruntled elements wherever can sit on quicksand to concoct this spurious accusation. They have failed, ab initio in this satanical, ill conceived plot.

“I remain a loyal appointee of His Excellency, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode, Governor of Lagos State. The detractors are looking for relevance where they’ll get none and their plot to divide the APC in the state has failed abysmally.

“I am too ingrained in how to make LASAA an enviable institution in the past three years and to also make an appreciable impact in the governance of Lagos than to be detracted by the handiwork of proponents of fake news that we’re all trying to remove from our social media hemisphere. I, Mobolaji Sanusi remain loyal to my principal.”

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