KEYAMO REACTS TO FORMER FINANCE MINISTER ADEOSUN'S RESIGNATION, BLASTS PDP

- President Buhari's 2019 campaign spokesperson, Festus Keyamo, has reacted to the resignation of former finance minister, Adeosun- Keyamo said there is hardly any government

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