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Femi Fani-Kayode replies Chris Ngige, rains serious insults on him

See FFK reply to Chris Ngige on his Igbo’s marginalization comments

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Femi Fani-Kayode replied Chris Ngige’s comments he made during an interview by calling him a village idiot, a compound fool and an unrepentant slave.  The minister of Labor and employment said the Igbos should not cry about marginalization as they failed to support Buhari administration.

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“Before the government of Jonathan failed, I went to all the Igbo fora to tell them that the Jonathan government will fall. I went to our Eze Ndi-Igbo in Enugu twice. They could not even reply to a letter written by Gen. Muhammadu Buhari, seeking for a meeting with them. They refused to listen to me, and to make matter worse, there was no voting in most of the areas in the South-east; they just allocated 5 per cent to APC. It was that bad, it is too late to cry when the head is off. Politics is business in a way, you invest in business and you reap profit. Yes, that is what it is. But all I want to tell you is that we played bad politics. We made a bad investment because they invested in the Jonathan presidency. They invested in Jonathan more than the South-south, where he hails from. I am not saying that is enough to marginalise them or not allow them come in but we are there. I will continue to speak for them and when there is anything to be distributed, we will make sure that the South-east gets its own portion. But they will not get excess portion”

Femi Fani-kayode took to his twitter account to rain abuses on the minister.

He said: “The devilish dwarf and little pygmy that said Igbos should not complain about marginalisation because they didn’t vote for Buhari is a village idiot, a compound fool and an unrepentant slave. He has sold his soul to the devil and he is eating crumbs from his masters table.”

 

 
 
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