The former minister of Aviation, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode has being cautioned by a fan who noticed his swollen eyes after he uploaded some pictures from his visit to a notable Northern Politician as sensed in the picture.
The Nigerian Lawyer who has being significantly unstable on his Official Twitter handle returned online with an heroic caption, 'from strength to strength' as he dazzles in Agbada attire for the first time in a while.
While reacting to the pictures, social media users showed various concerns regarding his incessant visit to both APC and PDP Governors with the major aim of building bridges across party lines with has earned him 'Julius Berger the Bridge Builder. See some of the reactions below;
Since the start of this month, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode has being on a visitation tour to all the nooks and crannies of the country in bid for a peaceful resolution among Nigerian Politicians.
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