The ex-Aviation minister Femi Fani-Kayode who just joined the All Progressives Congress (APC) has again been welcomed to the fold by former Benue State governor, George Akume. Akume invited the ex-aviation minister for lunch on Sunday as they both dined with friends amidst pleasantries and banters at his residence. This comes few days after Fani-Kayode’s exit from the PDP to the APC was confirmed.
But FFK has waved critics aside, sharing pictures of his visit to the residences of key APC figures. On Saturday, he released pictures of his visit to Ali Isa Pantami, Minister of Communication and Digital Economy, whom he had labelled a terrorist and asked Buhari to sack a few months ago. While the dust raised by the post is yet to settle, Fani-Kayode released fresh pictures of his visit to the residence of George Akume, Minister of Special Duties.
Recalled that, Kayode advised Nigerians not to allow any person or group to divide them or make the country disintegrate. “Most importantly is the appreciation of the fact that we must remain one as a nation, and build bridges, work together to move the country forward. “The most important thing is for us to understand the fact that Nigeria must not disintegrate and those that want us to end up fighting one another in a war, will be put to shame. “There are people that think like that and that is what informed me to come here and meet the President. “He was very gracious and it is an honour to me, and we will move the country forward together,’’ he added.
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