I Slept At Villa For Eight Years, No Witch Haunted Me – Adesina

Contradicting Previous Claims by Reuben Abati

Addressing assertions made by his predecessor Reuben Abati in 2016, Femi Adesina refuted the notion of paranormal activities within the Aso Villa.

Abati had previously shared stories of supernatural incidents, including a fire outbreak, prompting him to vacate his residence.

Peaceful Sleep and Personal Experience

In stark contrast to Abati’s accounts, Adesina described his own tenure in the Villa as peaceful, stating, “I didn’t see anything like that; no witches, no wizards, nothing like that in the Villa.”

He shared his personal experience, highlighting eight years of undisturbed sleep in his house, even acknowledging his tendency to snore.

Speculation on Reuben Abati’s Hypothetical Stay

Adding a speculative touch, Adesina suggested that had Goodluck Jonathan won re-election in 2015 and re-appointed Abati, the former spokesman might have continued his stay at the Villa, despite his claims of it being haunted.

Book Launch and Distinguished Attendees

Femi Adesina’s remarks came during the launch of his book, titled ‘Working with Buhari: Reflections of A Special Adviser, Media, and Publicity (2015-2023),’ held in Abuja.

The event saw the presence of notable dignitaries, including his former principal President Muhammadu Buhari, current President Bola Tinubu, and former Head of State Yakubu Gowon, among others.

In summary, Adesina’s denial of supernatural occurrences in the Aso Villa provides a counter-narrative to previous claims, shedding light on his own peaceful experience during his time in the presidential residence.

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