Fani kayode blasts Fashola, refers to him as the “prince of darkness”over his recent comment on electricity.

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Minister of power, babatunde fashola, said in a stakeholders dialogue meeting held two days ago at Abuja,  that the federal government should not be held responsible If some Nigerians do not have electricity, adding that the power generation and distribution sector is now privately owned.

In response to his statement, Nigerian politician, Femi Fani Kayode, took to his page referring to the minister as the “prince of darkness”.

He wrote:

“If you don’t have power it is not the federal government’s ptoblem”-Tunde Fashola minister of power, works and housing.

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The prince of darkness has spoken

Fani kayode blasts Fashola, refers to him as the "prince of darkness"over his recent comment on electricity.

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