Femi Fani-Kayode, former aviation minister, has written the Nigeria Police Force in response to a letter inviting him to appear over allegation of inciting comments.
Fani-Kayode responded via a letter addressed to the office of the Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, dated August 27, asking the Force for detailed information on his alleged offence, and an extension of time for him to appear for questioning.
The police had in a letter dated August 20 and signed by an officer, Habu Sani, the Commissioner of the IGP’s monitoring unit invited Mr Fani-Kayode for questioning for alleged acts of “conspiracy, criminal and inciting publication.”
The police said the purpose of the invitation was for “fact finding.”
In his reply, Fani-Kayode’s lawyers requested a rescheduling of the “interview”.
“We have our client’s instruction to inform you that he will honour the said invitation and possibly respond to questions on all facts which may be limited to his knowledge,” Fani-Kayode’s lawyer, Kayode Ajulo, said.
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