Shortly after the United States’ Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) arrested 80 suspected internet fraudsters and a new update on the report revealed that 77 of the arrested suspects are Nigerians, Fani Kayode, a former minister for aviation, has shared what the Nigerian government needs to do.
The highly outspoken Fani Kayode shared that the first thing to do is demand for the evidence against the suspect and demand for a fair trial for them.
He added that it is wrong to assume they are guilty and the federal government should not even threaten to extradict them.
He made this known via his Twitter handle.
See what he tweeted below:
When a foreign Govt. claims that 80 of ur citizens have committed crimes the 1st thing that u are meant to do as a Govt. is to ask for the evidence against them and demand that they are given a fair trial.U do not assume they are guilty and u do not threaten to extradite them.
— Femi Fani-Kayode (@realFFK) August 24, 2019