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Femi Fani-Kayode FFK calls Buhari a liar

He also chided President Buhari for doing nothing when the Cameroonian Army invaded a town in Nigeria and allegedly killed 70 people.

A former minister of aviation and former spokesperson of the Goodluck Jonathan campaign, Femi Fani Kayode also known as FFK, in an open letter, called President Buhari a liar.
He said “Initially you claimed that your predecessor in office President Goodluck Jonathan never bought any arms and that instead he squandered and stole all the money that was appropriated for the procurement of arms.
“Yet when the British Minister of Defense visited you in the Presidential Villa the other day the story changed. You did a U-turn and gleefully told him and the wider world that President Jonathan bought arms with raw cash.
“One wonders which story you shall come up with next and which one you will conjure up in the future.”
Fani-Kayode also said “Kindly tell us what the position is: is it that Jonathan did not buy arms at all and stole all the money or is it that he used cash to buy arms? You cannot have it both ways. It is either one or the other.”
Adding that “Instead of being honest with our people, you have insisted on selling them a dummy and telling them a lie.”
“To cap it all, you have claimed you did not receive any benefit from the NSA’s office whilst Jonathan was in power. This is an assertion which we all know is, at best, questionable.
“You must be mindful of the fact that God hates liars and He despises those that abuse power,” he said.
FFK also said “Your penchant for blaming your failings in this regard on the previous administration is simply nauseating and it does not serve you well.

“You continuously contradict yourself when it comes to this matter and frankly such flip flops are unworthy of the office that you presently occupy.”
He also chided President Buhari for doing nothing when the Cameroonian Army invaded a town in Nigeria and allegedly killed 70 people.
Femi Fani Kayode also served as the Minister of Culture and Tourism in 2006.
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