Former aviation Minister and Spokesman of the PDP Presidential campaign council during the 2015 elections, Femi Fani-Kayode got more than what he bargained for as he was called out by Nigerians over Series of denigrating statements against the Vice President on the popular micro-blogging social media platform, Twiiter.
In series of Tweet on his verified Twitter handle, @realffk, Femi who is known to vilify the person of the Vice President at any given opportunity claimed the Erudite scholar of law had been stripped of all powers as vice president with only 5 aides left to work in his office.
While he couldn’t relate any of his claims to any veritable source in the Presidency, Nigerians took the former Ministers handle to refute his claims on the Vice President.
Reacting to FFK’s claims, twitter user Olufunke Lawson pointing FFK to the relevance and importance of the VP wrote “The week hasn’t ended but these are some simple questions for Omo Oduduwa @realffk 1.Who presided over FEC meeting? 2.Who received 2019 Compliance Report on Executive Order 001? 3.Who received US-based Bridgeway Community Church? 4.Who launched NDIC 30th Anniversary Lecture Book and gave a presentation? 5.Who gave a glowing speech at the Interfaith religious dialogue on promoting religious tolerane and acceptance? Femi, I say again, Femi, what have you achieved in the last one year, I mean last one year?
Another Twitter user, EKITIKAN revealing FFK’s ignorance wrote “Baba is misleading his deluded followers, President only transfer power if he is staying out for more than 21 days. Baba keep wailing, your obsession with Osinbajo will give u high BP.”
Oyewale another twitter user says “No yorubas is bringing down any, but the femi you see personally choose to demonstrate his hatred to the v.p which in any case we want his cry to continue in as much he has choosen the part of failure and fortunately mr v.p is making progress per day.. Pls let femi cry continue”
There were others who criticized Fani-Kayode for his hatred and obsession with Osinbajo. They also advised him to desist from such act or it spell may spell doom for his political aspirations in the nearest future