The issue of staying together as one Nigeria has been questioned by many activist, though a whole lot of Nigerian politicians and other international bodies has always show a great support toward this, see what a British colleague told Femi Fani-Kayode now that made him react.
The former minister of aviation and Nigeria politician Chief Femi Fani-Kayode has taken to how twitter page to share what a friend of his told him now.
Apparently he was on a call with a British minister who was more like a friend to him, they got talking and he said this minister advised him that Nigeria needs to stay together at all cost because there is strength in unity. Femi Fani-Kayode was furious about his lecture and he told him that before he continued with his lecture on one Nigeria, he should first educate norther Ireland and the Ireland the power of unity. He went ahead to mention some other instances that is currently happening in the foreign country.
According to FFK, he said the British minister had to hang up the call before he finished passing his message. Remember, Sunday Igboho and Chief Femi Fani-Kayode are friends and FFK is a great supporter to Sunday Igboho's movement.
Only the elites understand what will later become all that is happening now, the insecurity in the country is another topic for discussion.
Few persons has reacted to this tweet now, although a lot of twitter users did not believe that FFK actually said all those things.
Do you think FFK said this too?
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