See what people are saying after Fayose tells Femi Falana to stop making empty threats
By Kindness10002020 | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 16779 views
See what people are saying after Fayose tells Femi Falana to stop making empty threats and go to court
On Wednesday, the Former Governor of Ekiti State, Peter Ayodele Fayose, has taken to his twitters account to advise Femi Falana to stop making empty threats and go to court, adding that his likes should stop carrying on as if they are saints and untouchables.
"My counsel to Falana is that he should stop making empty threats and go to court".
"If there is nothing to hide, why is Femi Falana threatening instead of simply going to court? Isn't this alleged link to Magu another opportunity for him to go to court and clear his name? Methinks his likes should stop carrying on as if they are saints and untouchables", Fayose said.
Reacting on twitter,
Ridwan Olawale says my thoughts exactly, he should have just sue for defamation or whatever title he's coming up with this time, instead of threatening to Sue.
Horfblak says who will he take to court. All this nuisance making noise and accusing people wrong on social media with no way to reach them.
Scala says I like Mr. Peter, he knows he is not a saint. My man should not look for people to join him.
Gbolagade Adeleke says pot calling kettle black, Peter keep quiet.
See his post below.
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