People can debate and argue over issues, but to suggest that there was a feud, a fight or a clash was to take matters beyond what they were,” the presidential aide said.
Shehu also denied the report that Kyari and Oyo-Ita were summoned by President Muhammadu Buhari because of the issue.
“Top government officials of that calibre see the President on a regular basis. To suggest that they were summoned to see him as a result of a so-called feud is just a fabrication, a conclusion that is below the level of responsible journalism that we expect from our State House correspondents,” he said.
((A video of the chief staff officer and head of service nearly exchanging blows surfaced a few days ago and shortly after the duo were invited to see the president.))