Fani-Kayode calls customs boss “Arrogant, stubborn and ugly little monkey” for not wearing his uniform to the senate
Controversial Nigerian politician and former minister, Femi Fani-Kayode, has described the Comptroller General of the Nigeria Customs Service, Hameed Ali, as an “arrogant, stubborn and ugly little monkey,” in a tweet, Sunday morning, for refusing to wear the customs Uniform to the senate hearing last week Thursday.
The tweet read: “The arrogant, stubborn and ugly little monkey called Ali that refuses to wear his uniform before the Senate is insulting the Nigerian people”
The arrogant,stubborn and ugly little monkey called Ali that refuses to wear his uniform before the Senate is insulting the Nigerian people
— Femi Fani-Kayode (@realFFK) March 19, 2017
He also sent out another tweet saying that “the Senate should insist that he appears before them STARK NAKED. If he refuses they should arrest him and have him brought in chains.”
His series of tweets did not settle well with his followers as they reprimanded him for having to resort to the use of abusive words.
Ali, who had been summoned by the Senate for questioning on the controversial vehicle duty now suspended by Customs, on Thursday, arrived wearing a White Kaftan, which was contrary to the resolution of the Senate which asked that he must wear “appropriate” uniform.
He was asked to appear again next Wednesday; this time, in uniform.
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