Former Minister of Aviation and Chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Femi Fani-Kayode has reacted to the viral video of Senator Smart Adeyemi who lamented over the worrisome state of Insecurity in Nigeria.
FFK took to his twitter account to express his delight with the courageous Senator said. He said he is glad to know that the nation still has courageous and selfless leaders who are not afraid to speak the truth. Adding that the Senator have spoken the minds of millions of people.
Recall that the Senator in the video that has gone viral, urged the Federal Government to seek help from the United Nations and any other possible means to protect the lives of Nigerians. He lamented that lives are being lost daily in different parts of the country. Adding that things were different when he was growing up in the North many years ago, as he could embark on a long distance journey without fear of being kidnapped or attacked by Bandits or terrorists on the road.
He further mentioned that the Nation has gotten to a point when citizens can't sleep with their eyes closed. He called on the President to rise to the occasion and
Reacting to the video,
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