- The former minister of aviation Femi Fani-Kayode has disagreed with his friend Nnamdi Kanu on ex-president Goodluck Jonathan's competencies
- Fani-Kayode said Jonathan was not a weak president
- He said the former president was a good man and an exemplary leader during his tenure
A former minister of aviation Femi Fani-Kayode has condemned comments by the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra that ex-president Goodluck Jonathan was incompetent as a leader.
In a twitter message, the former minister said he does not believe that ex-president Jonathan was weak as portrayed by the IPOB leader.
Fani Kayode said: "I believe that he is a profoundly good man and a courageous and exemplary leader."
The former minister also commended the former military president Ibrahim Babangida for his support for the restructuring of the Nigerian system.
The former minister said Babangida has shown immense courage with his support for the restructuring of Nigeria.
NAIJ.com had reported that the leader of the IPOB during an interview with Daily Sun said despite being his uncle, Jonathan failed Nigerians as a president.
Kanu said: "Jonathan is my uncle, yes. I was one of those who said Jonathan’s tenure was more or less an Igbo presidency; it’s on record I said that. But, he knew I never liked his regime because he was weak and incompetent."
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The IPOB leader said Jonathan was weak for a president and that his wife Patience would have made a better leader.
You can watch this NAIJ.com's exclusive footage of daily activities in Nnamdi Kanu's hometown.