Tuesday, 14 September 2021 16:15

“I am not a loose woman”, Obaseki’s media aide, Sarah Igunbor says

Senior Special Assistant to Governor Godwin Obeseki on Political Liason (Digital Media), Sarah Igunbor on Tuesday accused an unnamed person of attempting to blackmail her.

Igunbor, in a post on Facebook, said she had never begged anyone for an appointment nor had an illicit affair with a married man.

She also dismissed the perception that women in politics are “loose”.

The governor’s aide wrote: “It’s really funny how when you prevent someone from having access to you or getting close to you, they result (sic) to blackmail, Unfortunately, it won’t work with me

“I tried to respond earlier but I was told to ignore the drug addict but the truth is sometimes, silence is consent, if you try that with others, please don’t try it with me

“Not every lady associated with politics is loosed (sic), Anyone’s perception about me doesn’t matter to me but I try to make it clear, Food, when I nor dey eat nor dey take, am clean my mouth

“I understand that he’s looking for clout. I will give it to him so he can as well rest well. Sarah Igunbor is not a loosed (sic) woman or even one greedy for money, I was well raised by my parents and I still stay with them. I don’t leave (sic) a lavish lifestyle either on social media or in real life.

“I have never gone to anybody’s office to beg to be given an appointment or any sort of favour and my true friends would testify, I’m a very simple person, I don’t have the strength to impress anyone.

“Yes, I’m attractive and intelligent. I can’t help it, it’s not my fault people find me attractive. However, I have never had any kind of illicit affair with anybody’s husband and never would be. Nobody, I repeat nobody has anything on me so blackmail cannot move me, take it to the bank.

“My only problem as a young woman is lending my voice in political affairs, standing firmly for my principal and being a woman

“I remain an unapologetic Supporter, it can’t change, I cannot be blackmailed into silence

“Food when I nor dey eat I nor dey take am rub mouth thank you

“Peace and Nepa

[thisnigeria.com]

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