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I don’t believe the allegations leveled against Abba Kyari – Ex-minister, Fani-Kayode

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Former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode has reacted to reports of alleged links between Deputy Commissioner of Police, Abba Kyari and cyber-fraudster, Hushpuppi.

According to Fani-Kayode, he does not believe that Kyari is guilty of the conspiracy he is being accused of.

He stated this in a series of tweets on his official Twitter account, adding that until he sees evidence that the police chief is guilty, he will believe in his innocence.

The ex-minister said; ”A super cop that has risked his life protecting us from kidnappers, murderers & terrorists all these years& that has arrested more criminals than any other is accused of taking bribes from a yahoo boy & scammer all the way from America & we are expected to believe it?

”Not me! ..Abba is one of the bravest cops in Nigeria & I will not believe these allegations levelled against him or condemn him unless I see any evidence to the contrary. He has proved himself when it comes to catching criminals and I do not believe that he is one himself…If he were he would not have such an excellent record in combating crime.

”Nigerians seem to take delight in believing & assuming the worse about their best.That is part of our problem: we love & celebrate the evil but we despise & seek to pull down the righteous & good…As far as I am concerned there are as many crooked, bent & killer cops all over the world as there are good ones & America has its fair share of both.

”The only people that ought to take pleasure in reading this crap about Abba are the kidnappers and terrorists in our country…Allegations are a dime a dozen & an indictment is not a conviction. Show me the evidence or keep your mouth shut. I urge Abba to continue the good work he has been doing & not allow himself to be distracted by his numerous detractors.This is a conspiracy to destroy his career.”

 
 
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