FFK threatens Kogi Gov over recent tithe statement

Former minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, FFK on Saturday chided Kogi state Gov. Yahaya Bello for his recent statement which suggested that the clergymen who visited the President on Thursday, to register Nigeria's complaint about the bad economy were angry because payment of tithes has dwindled.
Calling the governor out, FFK advised him to retract his step or face a being mauled verbally.
Gov Bello had said on Friday that it wasn't Nigerians that were unhappy with the FG, but Christian looters who the Clergy men represented.
See his tweet