Fani-Kayode Fires At MURIC For Demanding A Ban On #BBNaija

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Former Minister Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, has reacted to the petition written by the Muslim Rights Concern () calling for a ban on .

On Friday, it was reported that wrote a petition to President Muhammadu Buhari calling on him to ensure that the airing of the edition of the reality television , is put to a stop immediately.

The Muslim group,in a statement issued by Professor Ishaq Akintola, its Director, labelled the reality as ‘immoral, dangerous and bohemian’, Fox Meek reports.

However, Fani-Kayode took to his official page to give a response to the petition written by the Muslim group while also accusing its Director, Akintola of being addicted to the reality .

“Sheik Akintola of wants @BBNaijafan banned ONLY because he is addicted to the and each time he watches it he has a loud,explosive and uncontrollable orgasm and fires an accidental discharge into his pants. So much for being a pious and disciplined scholar and cleric?,” Femi Fani-Kayode in a tweet on Friday said.

While also providing a ‘solution’, Fani-Kayode said; “The solution to the is not to ban @BBNaijafan but for Akintola to get help to break his addiction,stop watching the and either turn the television off or change the channel!He should also get his to be a little bit more entertaining and adventurous in bed!?.”

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