- The Labour Party standard-bearer, Peter Obi, has again been brought to the lowest level following the statement of APC chieftain, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode
- The former aviation minister in a recent interview disclosed that Obi has no hope even in hell, regarding the 2023 general elections
- Fani-Kayode, who is one of the spokespersons of the APC Presidential Campaign Council (APC-PCC), said that the G5 “probably have no other option” than to support the APC presidential candidate, Bola Tinubu.
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Former minister of aviation Femi Fani-Kayode has said that the presidential candidate of the Labour Party "Peter Obi has no hope in hell".
Fani-Kayode, who is one of the spokespersons of the APC Presidential Campaign Council (APC-PCC), in a recent interview with the BBC, noted that the 2023 race is not for small boys like Obi rather it is for the big boys.
Fani-Kayode reveals why Peter Obi should step down from the 2023 race
In a post shared on his Facebook page accompanied by a video, Fani-Kayode wrote,
"Peter Obi does not have a hope in hell: this is a game for the big boys."
Watch the video below
"Na devil dey quote bible pass": Nigerians blast FFK over tweets quoting the bible
Femi Fani-Kayode, a chieftain of the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) and a member of the Tinubu/Shettima campaign council, is once again a subject of criticism on social media.
In a recent tweet sighted by Legit.ng on Thursday, November 17, the former minister of aviation seems to have reflected on a slip of the tongue exhibited by Bola Tinubu during his presidential campaign in Jos, Plateau state capital.
Tinubu, the APC presidential candidate, during his interaction with supporters, mistakenly prayed for the opposition party instead of the APC.
2023 presidency: Peter Obi speaks on federal borrowing, reveals how it should be spent
The presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi, has explained his consumption to production theory, which is the punchline for his presidential campaign.
On Wednesday, November 30, Obi said federal borrowing for consumption must stop and be channelled into regenerative projects adding that if elected, his administration would reduce the cost of governance in the country.
He further added that the country must look beyond oil and look forward to growth-enabling entrepreneurship by expanding physical infrastructure through market-driven reforms.