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Fani- Kayode urges Fashola to beg Tinubu

25 August 2015, 12:03Lekan Oladeinde

Lagos - Former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani- Kayode has urged the former governor of Lagos State, Babatunde Fashola to beg his predecessor in office and benefactor, Bola Tinubu to save himself from further political embarrassment.

Fashola has lately come under fire from the administration of his successor, Gov. Akinwunmi Ambode.

Fani Kayode took to his official twitter handle @reallffk on Monday to advise Fashola to bury the hatchet with Tibunu before its too late.

The former director of publicity, Peoples Democratic Presidential Campaign Organisation (PDPPCO), noted that If Fashola and Tinubu cannot make peace they should prepare for a long war of attrition which will end up in the destruction of  both of them.

Also read: Lagos government alleges Fashola spent N139m on two boreholes

Ambode has terminated most of the appointments made by Fashola. The governor has equally revoked some of the contracts awarded by Fashola.

The government has equally published a list of contracts from the past administration in order to portray Fashola in bad light..

In one of the published contract, Fashola was accused of reconstructing his personal website with N78million.

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