Fani-Kayode Says Email Account ‘Hacked, High-Jacked By Criminal State Agents’, Mailing List Stolen

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Former Minister of Aviation and critic of the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari, Mr. Femi Fani-Kayode, said on Sunday that his email account had been ”compromised, hacked and high-jacked’’ by ”criminal agents” and his mailing list stolen.

”Unfortunately my alternate email address, realffk@yahoo.com, was compromised, hacked and high-jacked last night by some unscrupolous and criminal agents of the Nigerian state. They also stole my mailing list,’’ he said in a statement to TheSimonAtebaNews.

He said: ”Kindly ignore ANY emails or essays that you may receive from the said compromised email address because they are NOT from me.

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”The one that I am using to send this message to you is the ONLY email address that I will use to send essays to you for now. Thanks.

”Also please take note of the fact that my old email address which I used to use before going into detention, ffk2011@aol.com, has also been compromised, hacked and highjacked. I do NOT use that one anymore either.

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”I repeat, the email address that I am using to send this message to you is the ONLY email address that I will use for now.

‘’If and when I change it I will speak to you through other channels and let you know.

”Kindly ignore any emails that you may receive from ANY other address which are purportedly coming from me’’

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