Again, events at the Villa
A political activist and former Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the APC, Timi Frank is unrelenting and has dared Osinbajo to sue him. I am not taken in by Frank’s pressure. Osinbajo knows what to do and I can see he is already taking steps to protect his name and integrity. He has waived the immunity the office confers on him. He is a lawyer of high standing and teacher of the law.
To damage character is tantamount to killing the soul. In the spiritual domain, it is worse than murder as we know it. Murder is the killing of the physical body which is very grave indeed; to kill the soul is even worse which is why we are warned in the Ten Commandments of God: Thou shall not kill. It refers to not only physical murder but also to character assassination. Comrade Timi Frank will, undoubtedly, have his day in court to satisfy his yearnings, from the developments I can see.
Osinbajo may have been guilty of misspeaking; the timing of certain utterances and place may have been ill-advised, I am not seeing Naaman—a soldier, loyal and valiant, and favoured in the sight of the King of Aram—in Pastor Yemi Osinbajo. Certainly not. I am, therefore, watching the events at the Villa as they unfold, very keenly.