Former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode says many Nigerians and leaders can’t problem these in energy resulting from worry.

The previous presidential aide made the comment in a chat with Naija Lives Matter Hotseat hosted by Ope Banwo.

He additionally declared there isn’t a distinction between the All Progressives Congress (APC) and the Individuals’s Democratic Get together (PDP).

The federal government critic mentioned this was the rationale he relates with people who can transfer Nigeria ahead.

The politician described former Governors Bola Tinubu, Bukola Saraki, Governor Nasir El-Rufai, amongst others as occasion crossers..

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“I don’t be a part of events just because I wish to be on the successful facet. If I select to go away a celebration, it’s for a purpose.”

“After I left the PDP, I informed the President (Goodluck Jonathan) and others at the moment. I left as a result of the illustration of the Yoruba and the combat towards Boko Haram weren’t sufficient.”

Fani-Kayode mentioned after 9 months within the APC, he returned to the PDP after realizing the occasion at the moment in energy was not the very best for Nigeria.

“In case you say you’re within the PDP for restructuring, the query is: Are they able to restructure? The reply most likely will likely be ‘we don’t know what it means’. The identical factor with the APC.”

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The previous Minister added that activists and social commentators are the opposition, suggesting that politicians are jittery.

“No person has spoken for the Igbos, Center Belt, Christians and Southerners greater than I’ve finished within the final 5 years.

“No person is talking reality to energy, everyone seems to be scared. There’s no actual opposition in Nigeria. Only a few folks at the moment are talking for the peculiar folks.”

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