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Adams Oshiomhole, the National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has challenged the claim that he has been asked by the Department of State Services (DSS) to resign.

He noted this on Sunday when he featured on Politics Today a television program aired on Channels Television.

Oshiomhole confirmed that he had met with the DSS and said that the security agency had not asked him to resign because he was not hired by them.

His words: "I was not hired by the DSS and I can not be called on DSS to resign or keep the job." "APC is a structured party, we have organs, I know the procedure and I believe the DSS are their own It is not their job to demand the resignation of a party leader, regardless of whether this party chairman is chairman of a ruling party or chairman of an opposition.

"But I believe that it is her right to have a conversation with someone who, in her opinion, can assist her in fulfilling her mandate, so that Nigeria is safe, especially as we approach the 2019 election.

"I met DSS on Sunday at 3 pm and went there alone."

However, Oshiomhole did not explicitly confirm or deny that he met with the President in the DSS matter when he was interviewed on this issue.

He continued, "At my meeting with the President, the President is the President of Nigeria and he is elected to the platform of our party, which I am currently privileged to be the chairman of. I visit the villa at least two to three times I have the duty to inform Mr. President about the party's activities, and I have the privilege of hearing from the President what the government is doing because it relates to what the party expects from the government elected on our platform.

"The meeting with the President is not news at all, these are my privileges, and I think it will remain as long as Mr President is so gracious that I have the privilege of knowing what we are doing in the party and my own suggestions on a variety of issues that affect governance, our party and the country. "

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