FFK reacts to allege attack on Igboho’s house, says killing him will lead to chaos, carnage and catastrophy

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FFK reacts to allege attack on Igboho’s house, says killing him will lead to chaos, carnage and catastrophy

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A former minister of Aviation, Chief Fani Kayode has reacted to the alleged attack on Sunday Igboho’s house in the early hours of today in Ibadan.

The Nigerian military have been accused on carrying out the attack on the self-acclaimed activist.

Reacting to the alleged attack minutes ago on Twitter, FFK warned that killing the Yoruba son could lead to chaos, carnage and even catastrophy.

He tweeted; ”Chief Sunday Igboho Osha represents the heart, soul & spirit of Oduduwa today. His name is synonymous with courage, strength, discipline & fortitude. He fears none & bows to none. He is an inspiration, pride& joy to millions. Killing him will lead to chaos, carnage& catastrophy.”

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A former minister of Aviation, Chief Fani Kayode has reacted to the alleged attack on Sunday Igboho’s house in the early hours of today in Ibadan.

The Nigerian military have been accused on carrying out the attack on the self-acclaimed activist.

Reacting to the alleged attack minutes ago on Twitter, FFK warned that killing the Yoruba son could lead to chaos, carnage and even catastrophy.

He tweeted; ”Chief Sunday Igboho Osha represents the heart, soul & spirit of Oduduwa today. His name is synonymous with courage, strength, discipline & fortitude. He fears none & bows to none. He is an inspiration, pride& joy to millions. Killing him will lead to chaos, carnage& catastrophy.”

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