Former aviation minister, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode has described the minister of transport, Rotimi Amaechi as a serial traitor
Fani-Kayode had alleged that Lagos apartment where EFCC discovered huge cash belongs to Amaechi
In his response, Amaechi through his media aide, David Iyofor, questioned the mental state of Fani-Kayode
Former aviation minister, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode has described the minister of transport, Rotimi Amaechi as a serial traitor.
Fani-Kayode’s comment was contained in a statement by his media aide, Jude Ndukwe.
Fani-Kayode had alleged in a tweet that the Lagos apartment where the Economic and Financial Crimes Commmission discovered huge cash belongs to Amaechi.
Responding to the former minister’s allegation, Amaechi’s media aide, David Iyofor questioned the mental state of Fani-Kayode.
“Someone will just sniff something then comes on Twitter to rant incomprehensible nonsense. Some fellows really need help, serious help,” Iyofor said.
Firing back, Fani-Kayode’s spokesman said: “We will not respond to the little errand boy that days he is Amaechi’s spokesman.
The rat is too small.” He continued: “We have bigger and better things to do. We are waiting for Amaechi himself to open his stinking mouth. Let us hear from him and not from his errand boy.
“Rotimi is nothing but a greedy peasant and gutter snipe. His stomach is so fat that he farts in his dreams and when he does so he puts the lights out.
“He should go and cough up all the money that he stole from Rivers state when he was governor rather than trying to fool anyone.
“He should also stop the rubbish he is doing at Transport. He owns the $43 million and everyone knows it. Attempts to cover up for him will fail.”
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Meanwhile, Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers state has given the federal government an ultimatum of seven days to return the recovered cash.
The governor warns that failure to return the money to the state will force his government to take legal measures to ensure that it gets it.
Governor Wike declared that the $43 million found in the apartment belongs to the Rivers state government claiming that investigations by the government revealed that the money was the proceed from the sale of gas turbines by the immediate past Governor Rotimi Amaechi.