I stand by my story -FFK insists Tinubu slumped and was hospitalized after his appointment as Chairman of Buhari Campaign Council

Former minister of Aviation, Mr. Femi Fani-Kayode has continued to insist that the National leader of the All Progressive Congress (APC), Bola Tinubu slumped, collapsed and was rushed to the hospital shortly after he was appointed Chairman of Buhari’s Campaign Council.

 

Fani-Kayode had urged Nigerians and particularly the Yorubas to pray for him stating despite their political differences he loves Bola Tinubu.

The 58-year old had added that something similar happened to Tinubu last year when he was appointed Chairman of the APC Reconciliation Commitee, he lost his son.

He tweeted: Last year on the day that Bola Tinubu was appointed Chairman of the APC Reconciliation Commitee,he lost his son. 3 days ago, on the day that he was appointed Chairman of Buhari’s Campaign Council, he slumped, collapsed and was rushed to the hospital where he remains till today.

Despite our political differences I love Bola Tinubu and I urge every Nigerian and particularly the Yoruba to pray for him. That God should preserve and protect him and make him understand His ways.

His story had turned out to be false as Tinubu attended the APC Presidential council meeting yesterday but the former aviation minister has  insisted that his story is true and would stand by it.

He posted this Tweet after photos of Tinubu with President Buhari at a meeting in Abuja on Thursday morning surfaced online.

Comments

comments

SHARE
Previous articleWe have no problem with FG’s advisory committee on minimum wage -NLC
Next articleHushpuppi: Don’t Vote For Buhari, He Has Failed Us, Vote For Atiku
Statereporters is a media power house focusing on the daily happenings around the world, in politics, business, sports entertainment and more. We are not for any section or region. Our reports are based on honesty and integrity not minding the body or persons involved in as much as Nigeria is concerned. For humanity, we shall stand in defense of what is right and appropriate at all cost. Should you have any article feel free and welcomed to send it to us for publication via Editor@statereporters.com.