Veteran Nollywood actress, Omotola Jalade Ekeinde has raised a question over the whereabouts of the Vice President of Nigeria, Yemi Osinbajo.

Omotola raised the question after a Twitter user stated that Osinbajo’s whereabout is causing a fuss in his hometown.

“I have been wondering, Where is our Vice president? This matter is raising dust in my home town,” A Twitter user wrote.

Reacting to the statement, Omotola wrote: “Where is our Vice President?”

However, many believe the Vice President has been missing in action since the first phase of lockdown in the country, following the outbreak of coronavirus.

Some stated that the Vice President is now at his hometown, resting and waiting for normal activities to return.

However, no matter the questions raised and answers concocted by social media bloggers, the certain thing is that Yemi Osinbajo has been working and ensuring the governance of Nigeria keeps running despite the limitations of coronavirus.

Below are some of the activities the Vice President recently executed:

VP Osinbajo on May 28 chaired the Economic Sustainability Committee (ESC) where he interacted extensively with State Governors on forthcoming Economic Sustainability Plan.

However, the final report of the committee will be sent to his boss, President Muhamadu Buhari, soon.

Osinbajo also inaugurated the Steering Committee of the Clean Nigeria Campaign.

The campaign was put together by the Hon. Minister of Water Resources, Engr. Suleiman Adamu FNSE, FAEng.

On May 22nd, Osinbajo chaired the first virtual National Economic Council meeting.

At the meeting, members resolved to ensure better synergy between the Federal Government and the sub-nationals.

On May 19, he presided over the National Council of Privatization.

At the meeting, comprehensive healthcare reforms & issues in the power sector were discussed.

The Council, however, approved the preparation of a draft legislative instrument to enact the Health Sector Bill and associated legislation.

On May 14, Osinbanjo launched the establishment of the Nigeria Solidarity Support Fund which is a creative, forward-looking, and thoughtful response to what is perhaps the most profound global and domestic challenge to health and the economy in human history.

However, If anyone is still worried about Osinbajo’s whereabout, worry no more. The Vice President is working and busy doing things he needs to do.