Femi Fani-Kayode, a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, APC, has chided the British deputy high commissioner to Nigeria, Ben Llewellyn-Jones over a comment against him.
DAILY POST recalls that the United Kingdom, UK Envoy had on Sunday, tackled Fani-Kayode over his alleged inciting comments on social media.
In an interview with Nigeria Info FM on Sunday, Llewellyn-Jones expressed worries over the possible repercussions of derogatory comments being made by the former Minister of Aviation against opposition parties.
Reacting, FFK, in a tweet on his official handle, urged the UK representative to steer clear of Nigeria’s affairs, saying the country is no longer their colony.
According to the former minister, the preferred candidate of the UK envoy lost in the just concluded presidential elections.
He wrote, “I would advise this Ben, who I am told is the Deputy High Commissioner of the UK to Nigeria, to keep his dirty nose out of our internal affairs.
“I know that his preferred candidate did not win the presidential election but that does not mean he should cross the line and take liberties with us here. I wonder who the hell he thinks he is?”