Former aviation minister Femi Fani-Kayode has described the 30-page memo written by Kaduna state governor, Nasir El Rufai to President Muhammadu Buhari as a betrayal.
Fani-Kayode in a series of tweets said Governor El-Rufai could have left his boss (President Buhari) quietly without any need for noise or publicity.
The former minister described El-Rufai's memo to the president as coldblooded and a betrayal. He compared the president to the fictional 'Caesar' and El-Rufai to 'Julius' who eventually stabbed Caesar in the back.
Fani-Kayode tweeted: "What @elrufai has done to @MBuhari is coldblooded. He has stabbed him in the back and betrayed him. He has killed the old man with his memo."
"It is like Brutus stabbing Julius Caesar. In this game loyalty is everything.And if you insist on parting ways with your boss, do so quietly."
Recall that the Kaduna state governor, Nasir El-Rufai who was a active supporter of President Buhari during the 2015 presidential election, wrote a 30 page memo in which he described the Buhari's administration as a failed government and urged the president to check the officials around him.
The governor in the memo also argued that the All Progressives Congress (APC) has made the situation in Nigeria worse than it met it by failing to be proactive in taking key decisions in a timely manner.
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Meanwhile, Femi Fani-Kayode has also mocked the travails of Nigeria Customs Service (NCS) comptroller-general Hameed Ali at the Nigerian Senate.
Fani-Kayode tweeted on that Ali was arrogant to have ignored the Senate’s order to appear before lawmakers in Customs uniform for a briefing on a controversial policy on payment of duties for old vehicles.