Drop Your 2015 Ambition and Beg Obasanjo, Fani-Kayode Warns Jonathan
Former Minister of Aviation, Chief Femi Fani Kayode has warned President Goodluck Jonathan to listen to the advice of ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo and should drop his ambition for another term of four years in 2015 so that he can have peace in the ruling PDP.
Fani Kayode who until recently was a member of the Peoples Democratic Party before decamping to the opposition All Progressives Congress said Obasanjo’s advise to Jonathan is an advise he should not toy with.
According to him “The only hope left for the PDP is if President Goodluck Jonathan listens to ex-President Olusegun Obasanjo and those behind him and drops his 2015 ambition, failing that the fight in the PDP will never end. The truth is that Obasanjo is one of the greatest political strategists that Nigeria has ever known and he is an extremely dangerous adversary.”
“I know him well and his ways are deep. Ori Baba le ga ni (Baba’s head is very strong). Go and find out what happened to all those that betrayed him or tried to kill him. Their end is never good.
“Those close to Jonathan, would do well to advise him to get on his knees and beg his political mentor. Only Obasanjo, with the help and support of President Ibrahim Babangida and Vice President Atiku Abubakar, has the power, authority and moral gravitas within the PDP to call the dissidents to order and rally their support. Without that President Goodluck Jonathan is finished and he should just wave goodbye to his 2015 re-election ambition.
While expressing confidence that his new party, the APC will form the next government at the centre, Fani-Kayode said ”That is the way to go. PDP, as we once knew her, has gone forever. The ship has hit the rocks and she has sunk to the bottom of the sea. She is dead and buried and my prayer is that her soul rests in perfect peace.”
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