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Sheathe your swords, Fani-Kayode urges Akpabio, ex NDDC Boss

By Oluwaseun Sonde

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The former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode has appealed to the Minister of Niger Delta, Godswill Akpabio and the former NDDC Boss, Joy Nunieh to sheath their swords as when marry to the Hushpuppy scandal and the Magu meltdown it puts the country and people in a very precarious situation in the international community.

He disclosed this on his official social platform on Monday, he said whatever the issues are between the Minister and the former NDDC MD, they should iron it out behind closed doors quietly and let whoever may have done any wrong be sanctioned by the President and if necessary the security agencies.

According to him, “the matter has already hit the international airwaves and it is scandalous. When you marry it to the Hushpuppy scandal and the Magu meltdown it puts our country and people in a very precarious situation in the international community.

“There ought to be some limitations, decency and decorum in this. There must be certain lines and boundaries that must never be crossed. Both Godswill and Joy are just too good for this show of shame. Again, he urged them, to SHEATH YOUR SWORDS before the matter gets to a point of no return. “Someone takes advantage of it and something frightful, untoward and regrettable happens.

“I have known Joy Nunieh for many years. She is a very tough cookie and exceptionally intelligent. She is NOT crazy, wayward or flippant. She is a beautiful, righteous and principled lady who is a brilliant lawyer and who has always had the courage of her convictions. She is also a real fighter”, he said.


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