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‘Finally the beast has confessed’, Fani-Kayode Lambastes Iran for shooting down Ukraine airliner

A former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, has described Iran as a beast for shooting down a Ukraine airliner that left 176 onboard dead.

The incident happened a few hours after its military fired over a dozen ballistic missiles to some US facilities in Iraq as a retaliation for the death of its general Qasem Soleimani.

Fani-Kayode, who had on Wednesday said he doesn’t believe in coincidence immediately the incident took place, took to his Twitter page and lambasted those who insulted him for alleging Iran was behind the crash.

The government had, in a statement, admitted that the crashed Ukrainian jetliner, which had all 176 onboard killed, was “unintentionally” shot down by its military.

“Iran admits it shot down Ukranian plane by mistake”[email protected] Finally, the beasts have confessed. I ask again, where are the low-life’s on @Twitter that insulted me when I said the Iranians shot down the plane moments after it came down? Listen to the voice of the voiceless & learn!” he tweeted.

Fani-Kayode further mocked the country over the death of 50 people over stampeded during the burial ceremony of the killed general and two earthquakes that led to the loss of some lives in a week.

Tehran, in the statement, blamed “human error” for the incident, adding that the military mistook Flight 752 for a “hostile target.”

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