Femi Fani-Kayode, a former Nigerian minister of aviation and a member of the Presidential Campaign Council of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), has taken to his official Twitter platform to react to the comments of Kenneth Okonkwo, following the alleged leaked audio tape between Mr Peter Obi and Bishop Davido Oyedepo, citing that since Kenneth Okonkwo had confirmed the audio tape, it is time to declare Peter Obi a master terrorist and security risk to our nation.
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In his post, the former minister wrote “now that the spokesman of Peter Obi, one Kenneth Okonkwo, has confirmed that the audio recording of the conversation between Bishop Oyedepo and his principal is authentic, it is time for us to call on the security agencies to declare Peter a master terrorist, a security risk to our nation, a man that is wholly unfit to lead a multi-religious, multi-ethnic, multi-cultural stare and hater of non-Christians.
He is indeed one of the “troubles of our nation”.
Can you imagine what would have happened to Muslims if he had won the election? Within a few months, he would have plunged Nigeria into a religious war.“
Recall that yesterday, the Gazzette Newspaper shared a leaked audio of an alleged phone call between Mr Peter Obi, the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, and Bishop David Oyedepo of the winners chapel where Obi was allegedly pleading with Oyedepo to help canvas for votes for him using his influence.
However, a few hours after the audio was leaked, Kenneth Okonkwo, a spokesperson to Mr Peter Obi, took to his official Twitter platform to acknowledge that the phone call happened, but that the interpretation that the opposition are labeling it is not factual and further called on Nigerians to disregard it.
More so, hours later, the Vanguard Newspaper reported that Mr Peter Obi, through the Head, Obi Datti Media Office, Diran Onifade, in Abuja, on Sunday, dismissed the audio and further accused the APC of trying every means possible to prevent the Labour Party from proceeding with the petition filed at the election tribunal.
Furthermore, in the Sunday sermon, the Vanguard reported that Bishop Oyedepo also dismissed the audio citing that he has never campaigned for any politician, and that some people are only angry with him because he has refused to say what they want and have only said what God told him to say.
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