Gani Adams Denies Assassination Allegations, Claims Voice Note Distorted

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Gani Adams, the Aare Onakakanfo of Yorubaland, has refuted allegations of assassination leveled against him, stating that his voice note was distorted and misinterpreted. He warned against deliberate attempts to tarnish his reputation, emphasizing that his silence should not be interpreted as cowardice.

Addressing the controversy surrounding an audio clip, Adams expressed readiness to clarify the situation and defend himself against the accusations contained in the distorted clips. He described the allegations as concocted and disjointed, aiming to discredit his character and integrity.

The dispute arose following reports that Sunday Adeyemo, also known as Sunday Igboho, and Tayo Ayinde, the Chief of Staff to Lagos State Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, threatened legal action against Adams for allegedly implicating them in an assassination plot.

In response to the pre-action letters from Igboho and Ayinde’s lawyers, Adams denounced the voice note’s contents and the implications drawn by Ayinde’s lawyer. He clarified that the audio clip, circulated by Igboho, was part of a private conversation from 2021 and did not originate from him.

Adams emphasized that the conversation, initiated by a US-based acquaintance, discussed reconciliation efforts involving Igboho and others. He reiterated that the mention of Igboho and Ayinde’s names was in the context of unconfirmed rumors, which he found difficult to believe and did not intend to share publicly.

Regarding Ayinde, Adams clarified that any remarks made were based on unverified rumors and lacked malice on his part. He reiterated his commitment to peace and emphasized the need to set the record straight amidst ongoing legal and media controversies.

While acknowledging previous interventions by prominent figures, including the Ooni of Ife, in resolving disputes, Adams emphasized the necessity of addressing the misinformation and defending his integrity.

In conclusion, Adams asserted that his statements were not made in bad faith and were purely part of a private conversation. He called for a fair assessment of the situation and urged against misinterpretations of his remarks.

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