2023 Elections: The Demons in APC Have Relocated to PDP, Says Fani-Kayode

2023 Elections: The Demons in APC Have Relocated to PDP, Says Fani-Kayode

  • Former minister of aviation, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode says the APC of today is different from that of the past
  • Fani-Kayode made the comment while justifying why he and other PDP chieftains joined the ruling party in 2021
  • According to the Osun-born politician, the issues they fought while in the PDP have been resolved in the APC

FCT, Abuja - A member of the All Progressives Congress (APC) presidential campaign council, Femi Fani-Kayode said on Monday, October 24 that the demons he claimed in the past were in the ruling party relocated to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) as soon as he joined the APC in 2021.

He made the statement while being interviewed on Channels Television.

Fani-Kayode says the APC is now a renewed party and different from the past. Photo credit: Femi Fani-Kayode
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The anchor of the programme, Seun Okinbaloye, had reminded Fani-Fayode of his comments in the past about the APC being a demonic party.

The former minister of aviation said:

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“The APC of the past is not the APC of today. The demons that were in the APC at that time have simply relocated and gone into the PDP.
“In the APC today, ethnicity is respected, possibly unlike before. My views were my views at that time until things changed.
“A new leadership came into the party. A leadership that was responsible and sensitive to the feelings of people led by Mai Mala Buni, the governor of Yobe state. New people came in, new governors that I know very well, they gave assurances and honoured every single word.
“We defected for a reason. The APC was responsible, responsive and sensitive to the very things that we fear. What are those things? Ethnic domination. We saw a situation where the PDP was becoming the very monster the APC was.

“And there was a transformation, they open their doors, they promised a level-playing field, no matter what your ethnicity is, no matter what your religion is, and they did precisely that.”

The former minister also said Nigeria must take painful decisions if it wants to prosper economically, noting that there would be palliatives to cushion the effects of such moves.

Fani-Kayode also said APC’s presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu will discontinue the things that Buhari has not done well.

APC, NNPP members dump parties for PDP in Katsina

Meanwhile, ThisDay newspaper reports that another gale of defections has hit the APC and the New Nigeria People’s Party (NNPP) in Katsina state as no fewer than 12,963 members of the parties have defected to the PDP in the state.

According to the report, the defectors included a former special adviser to Governor Aminu Bello Masari on skill acquisition and vocational training, Aminu Lawal.

Nigeria will break up if APC wins 2023 elections, says Obaseki

On his part, Edo state governor, Godwin Obaseki on Monday, October 24 warned that Nigeria will break up if the APC and its presidential candidate win the 2023 general elections.

Obaseki made the comment at the inauguration of the Edo state PDP campaign council in the state.

The governor said no right-thinking person will vote in the APC and Tinubu in next February’s presidential election.

2023: Demand for bullet-proof vehicles surge ahead of general elections

In a related development, as preparations for the 2023 general elections gain momentum, the demands for bullet-proof Sports Utility Vehicles have increased significantly across the country.

Very Important Personalities, top chieftains and candidates of political parties have been procuring customised vehicles that offer special protection in the run-up to the campaigns and elections.

Apart from ordering armoured vehicles, it was also learnt that politicians were applying for special police protection and procuring other security wares.

Source: Legit.ng

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