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If you don’t like the good things i said about Abba Kyari, go and jump into the lagoon – Fani-Kayode



It’s been a mixed bag of reactions following the announcement of Nigeria’s Chief of Staff’s passing away after battling coronavirus for weeks. From those who eulogize with the deceased, to those who see Kyari’s death as an answered prayer. But like it is said in politics, ‘ there’s no permanent enemy, but permanent interests’.

A good example of the above saying, is former minister of Aviation, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode who mourned Kyari in a matter which left some of his followers bemused, and resorted to attacking him for a daring to call Kyari ‘his brother’ and a ‘good man’.

But in a long response by Kayode earlier Monday, the unfazed politician, stands by his statement about Kyari, adding that whoever is not comfortable with it is free to jump into a nearby lagoon.

His full response can be found below;

Yesterday I paid tribute to my friend and brother Mallam Abba Kyari, the former Chief of Staff to President Muhammadu Buhari, who passed on after being diagnosed with Covid 19 on Friday 17th April 2020.

The tweet reads as follows:

“I lost a friend of 40 years. We were at Cambridge together. We worked in my fathers law firm together. We remained close throughout right up until the end even though we disagreed politically. ABBA was a good man. A man of honor and a loyal friend. May his soul rest in peace”.

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