Actress Kate Henshaw on Thursday morning tackled Femi Fani-Kayode for wrongly attributing an article about Biafra to her and subsequently attacking her in a rejoinder.

The article titled ‘Biafra Without Our Consent’ was written by Ken Henshaw but the former minister of aviation thought it was penned by the Nollywood star.

In response, he wrote a rejoinder titled: ‘Nnamdi Kanu, Biafra and Kate Henshaw’s false premise’.

Henshaw, upon getting wind of the false attribution, took to Twitter to clarify the matter.

Addressing Fani-Kayode, she wrote: “I hear that your good self is writing a rejoinder to an article on Biafra credited to me. I am disappointed indeed. You at least know me even if by recognition and also know people who know me.

“Ken Henshaw is NOT Kate Henshaw.

“At the very least sir, you should verify before writing emails and spreading it round. Thank you with regards I will NOT hesitate to rain curses/abuses on anyone, friend or foe, who continues to credit THAT write up to me!! Get your facts right.”

She also urged the former minister to “stop spreading hate mails” about her.

Reacting, Fani-Kayode apologised for his gaffe and noted that he will make the proper amendments to his error.

Also writing on Twitter, he said, “My attention has been drawn to the fact that it was not Kate Henshaw but rather Ken Henshaw that made the comments about Biafra.

“What was all over Facebook yesterday was Kate Henshaw Nutall hence the error. I made the point in the essay that since she had not denied it was her I assumed that she wrote it. I regret the error.”

The actress has since accepted his apology.

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