Ogun state government on Tuesday evening denied the rumoured death of former Head of Interim National Government of Nigeria, Chief Ernest Shonekan.
The state government said it is a rumour and far from being true.
There were reports carried by some newspapers (not Daily Correspondents) early Tuesday that the former head of the ING, Ernest Shonekan has died.
Debunking the rumour, the Secretary to the Ogun State Government, Taiwo Adeoluwa, in a telephone chat, told newsmen that the former Head of Interim National Government of Nigeria is hale and hearty as the government says, “It is a lie from the pit of hell. Baba is alive.”
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