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Fani-Kayode's Potential Return to APC and the Issues Arising

By Pan-African_Broadcast | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 10 views

Former aviation minister and unapologetic critic of the president Buhari administration, Mr. Femi Fani Kayode has sparked so much reaction over the past hours as photos with the governor of Kogi state, governor Yahya Bello surfaced all over the internet.

Just as everyone was trying to give his or her say on the meeting with governor Yahaya Bello, other photos popped out where both FFK, Bello were seen together with the national caretaker chairman of the All Progressive Congress, Mai Mala Buni.

Although the body language and the picture says it all, some supporters have congratulated the former aviation minister as he embarks on his new political journey while many others criticized him move saying that he has no political ideology and looks like an unsettled politician, moving from one point to another.

The issues arising is one that questions Fani Kayode's integrity, particularly as someone who is seen as a critic of the present administration, but takes no time to join same party he's spent six years lashing and constantly criticizing.

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