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The video did not go down well with the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Dr. Reuben Abati, as he took to his twitter handle, to debunk the allegations.
The Kenya lady in the video said, ‘this is Nigeria, it is the country with the highest number of private jets.’ Seven private jets, I know there could be more but for us, that is still wao! They all came in their private jets.”
The presidential spokesman challenged the Kenyan to prove her allegation, he asked Nigerians spreading the message to desist from broadcasting lies.
He wrote “That President Jonathan travelled to Kenya with seven jets is not true. I challenge the Kenyan lady to prove her allegation.
“Stop spreading lies. President Jonathan was in Kenya with only one aircraft. Provide concrete evidence to the contrary or shut up.
“That Kenyan lady is lying. It amounts to sheer laziness to take on crazy tale and broadcast it without verification. It is shameful.
“It is an absolute lie. A presidential jet is not difficult to identify. It bears a clear mark.”
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