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#90bn Alleged Fraud: Fani-Kayode Mocks Osinbajo, Urges Him To Resign



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The former Aviation Minister under the Goodluck Jonathan administration, Femi Fani-Kayode, has reacted to the statement by the Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo, on being probed for allegedly collecting N90bn from Federal Inland Revenue Services, for 2019 election.

The former Minister urged Osinbajo to resign and face the former Deputy spokesperson of the All Progressives Congress, Timi Frank “man on man.”

The PDP chieftain while mocking the Vice President said Frank “will eat you for breakfast.”

Recall Frank had accused the Vice President of collecting the sum of #90bn from the Federal Inland Revenue Services, for the 2019 general elections.

The political activist had claimed that the crisis in the presidency is due to corruption and had nothing to do with 2023 politics.

The FIRS, however, denied the allegation, saying it did not make N90 billion available to Vice-President for the election campaign.

The service accused the former deputy spokesperson of APC of seeking cheap popularity and threatened to file a lawsuit if he refuses to tender an apology in three major newspapers within the next 24 hours.

Osinbajo while speaking on the situation stated that he was ready to be probed, he added that he was prepared to waive his constitutional immunity aside to allow for proper investigation.

Fani-Kayode who took to his Twitter account wrote: “If you are really a man don’t just waive your immunity to sue Timi Frank but RESIGN from your position and take him on man to man. He will eat you for breakfast. I know that young man: he is a real Ijaw! Deeply courageous and tough as nails. You cannot intimidate him or break him.”

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