The Presidential Campaign Council (PCC) of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has denied issuing an apology to Mr. Donald Duke, former governor of Cross River State, for ‘borrowing’ his pictures taken when he was a young man, to depict Mr Tinubu in a documentary on TV Continental, believed to be owned by the presidential candidate.
The documentary titled “Bola Tinubu And His Political Journey” used Donald Duke’s picture to depict Mr Tinubu in his young age.
Mr Duke, a member of the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), had last week queried the use of his picture in the documentary, disclosing “that photo was taken when I was 12 years old during my school years at the Federal Government College Sokoto, in Sokoto State.”
“The picture of the boy used as Bola Tinubu in all the documentaries is me. I am the boy in the picture, not Tinubu as they claimed in their documentaries.
Some media platforms had published a statement purportedly issued by Bayo Onanuga, a spokesperson for the PCC, saying that it issued an apology to Mr Duke.
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