Fani-Kayode reacts to arrest of notorious kidnapper Wakili; sends crucial message to Gani Adams-led OPC

Fani-Kayode reacts to arrest of notorious kidnapper Wakili; sends crucial message to Gani Adams-led OPC

- FFK has reacted to the arrest of notorious kidnapper Iskilu Wakili

- Wakili was nabbed by the operatives of the Iba Gani Adams-led OPC on Sunday

- The ex-aviation minister congratulated APC and described Wakili's arrest as a "way forward" in tackling kidnapping

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Chief Femi Fani Kayode, former aviation mister, has commended the Odua Peoples' Congress (APC) following the arrest of notorious kidnapper Iskilu Wakili.

Legit.ng had earlier reported that Wakili, a Fulani warlord, finally met his waterloo after being successfully nabbed by the operatives of the OPC.

Wakili, known for seizing hectares of farmlands, molesting the women of the host community, and kidnapping the rich men for ransom in the Ibarapa axis of Oyo state, was nabbed on Sunday, March 7.

Fani-Kayode reacts to arrest of notorious kidnapper Wakili; sends crucial message to Gani Adams-led OPC
Fani-Kayode has hailed Chief Gani Adams-led OPC following the arrest of notorious Fulani warlord and kidnapper, Iskilu Wakili. Credit: @RealFFK @harrisonmbamara
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Speaking through his media aide Kehinde Aderemi, national OPC leader and Aare Ona Kakanfo of Yorubaland, Chief Gani Adams, confirmed the arrest.

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In a reaction, FFK congratulated the Adams-led OPC team for arresting the kidnapper "in the forests of Oyo state."

"I congratulate my friend and brother, Iba Gani Adams,the Aare Ona Kakanfo of Yorubaland & the OPC for the successful capture of Wakili, one of the most barbaric and notorious foreign Fulani terrorists & cold-blooded killers, in the forests of Oyo state.
"This is the way forward.Kudos," the former minister said in a tweet on Sunday.

Fulani settlement attacked in Anambra

Meanwhile, fresh ethnic tension is brewing in Anambra state as four Fulani herdsmen were reportedly shot dead in an attack on a settlement in Ogborji, Orumba South local government area.

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The incident which occurred on Saturday, March 6, amid the mounting farmers-herders crisis in the country also saw many cows stolen, Daily Trust reports.

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Speaking on the development, the chairman of the Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria (MACBAN) Southeast zone, Alhaji Gidado Siddiki, said gunmen entered the camp and started shooting, leading to death.

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