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Following the outrage after the viral video where Governor Ajimobi was seen telling protesting students of the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) to go and do their worst after the closure of their school for 8 months, the governor’s Special Adviser on Communication and Strategy, Yomi Olayinka yesterday released a fuller, 'softer version', where the Governor pleaded with the students to embrace dialogue and not violence.

In this other version, the governor also promised the students that their school would be open before the end of the month.



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  1. Softer copy that is the edited copy abi? Thank God for the social media. No person can fool Nigerians again. It is a shame!
    Softer ko! Copy ! So did the softer copy remove the fact that Ajomobi was in the unedited video saying and acting in such a shameful and despicable manner? It is sad. APC and those behind it are shameless despotic liars who has nothing to offer but are just after their selfish interests. This man and his APC is a disgrace. the chanji be this.
    O ri Oda!

    1. Mr Isiaka, PDP Internet Rat, did you even watch the new video at all?
      SMH, The same way you guys made GEJ lose the last election with your lack of research and half backed info. Feeding the man with stupid information so he couldn't compete with APC. Make una kontinu you hear.

  2. The governor should have absorb the anger of the studenTSPC. Not to hit back angrily.

  3. APC a bunch of disparate human beings. Failures who are not qualified to become village heads now governors, ministers and president. What a calamity that have befallen our great country.

    1. You don get your PDP alert again abi? Lol

  4. the earlier we realise these APC can not turn our situation around for good in this country the better for us. imagine a governor talking to students like that and now rekleases a new version of what people and news covered live?


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