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I’m surprised Buhari agreed to meet Fani-Kayode-Yeni Kuti

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Revered singer and dancer, Yeni Kuti has said she is astonished President Muhammadu Buhari agreed to meet with Femi Fani-Kayode, former aviation minister who recently changed political parties.

Yeni, who is a daughter to Fela Kuti, the late Afrobeat legend, made this kno on the TVC Your View breakfast show.

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TheNewsGuru recalls that Fani-Kayode recently dumped the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) for the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC).

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Kuti, while deeply criticizing the politician as being “duplicitous”, stated that she was surprised Fani-Kayode was warmly received by Buhari despite having been a staunch critic of the president and the APC party in the past.

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“Someone sent me a video of how Fani-Kayode abused Buhari. I’m surprised the president met him because Fani-Kayode has insulted him a great deal. He lacks integrity and I want to give you some words to buttress it,” she said.

“Crookedness. I do not agree that the president was magnanimous by agreeing to meet him. I can be magnanimous and reach you from afar. If you upset me and insult my person, I will not receive you and declare you a bad person.

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“Let me just: Dissembling. Dissimulation. Double-dealing. Duplicity. Fakery. Falseness. Hypocrisy. Insincerity.”

In 2019, he Fani Kayode vowed that he would rather die than join APC which he added was run by “corrupt treasury looters”.

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