Sequel to earlier report going round that the popular Billionaire businessman, Jimoh Ibrahim demeaned the integrity of former President Goodluck Jonathan by calling him a notorious armed robber and likening him to Anini, the Global Fleet CEO has addressed the story as malicious and false and therefore should be disregarded.
In a statement be personally signed on Thursday, Ibrahim disowned the Twitter account being quoted by some news outlet as the platform on which he attacked Jonathan.
He also dissociated himself from similar attack on a former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, who was the Director of the Goodluck Jonathan’s Campaign Organisation for the 2015 general elections.
My attention has been directed to certain statements purportedly issued by me through a Twitter account in which invectives were hurled on President Jonathan. In the same vein, my attention was also drawn to the fact that such vituperations had also been directed at Chief Femi Fani-kayode.
I wish to reiterate that I do not own or maintain any Twitter account either directly or by proxy. President Goodluck Jonathan is a brother and a quintessential gentleman and I hold him in high esteem. Chief Femi Fani-Kayode is a bosom brother and friend of utmost regard.
The general public is hereby put on notice to disregard any statements emanating from the said fake Twitter account.
Jimoh Ibrahim. OFR, CFR.
University of Oxford