In the absence of the president, Mr Mohammed Buhari, the only entity known and recognized by the constitution is the vice president, Mr Yemi Osinbajo. Neither the presidency nor Garba Sheu is constitutionally authorized to take up the duties and responsibilities of the president in his absence. Garba Shehu, a mere presidential spokesman, has no power or authority to be issuing out policy statement when Buhari is outside the country. He is acting outside his job descriptions by so doing. By arrogating to himself the power and authority he never possesses, Garba Shehu has automatically become worse than Nnamdi Kanu as regards threat to the unity, stability and cohesion of the country. Garba Sheu, an unknown entity before the constitution, should desist from hiding before the amorphous and anonymous entity called the presidency to hijack the power and authority invested in Buhari, who is the president. In the face of the insecurities and separatists confronting the country, Garba Shehu is making himself to be part of the problem. The presidency must be represented either by Buhari or Osinbajo. Garba Shehu should steer clear.