Omokri: Fani-Kayode defected to APC because of hunger

Omokri: Fani-Kayode defected to APC because of hunger

A fierce critic of the ruling All Progressives Congress, Reno Omokri on Thursday, September 16, slammed the return of former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode to the All Progressives Congress (APC).

According to Omokri, the stomach of the former Minister needed to be filled which informed his decision.

Fani-Kayode, who had vowed never to return to APC, defected to the ruling party earlier in the day.

Reacting to the development, Omokri said politics without shame has been the bane of Nigeria and urged those who love Nigeria to also love business.

He said: “Politics without shame is the bane of Nigeria. This is why I urge those who love Nigeria to also love business. When you have independent sources of money, you will never call a cow your brother because you want to eat meat.

“How can you know that a person is an inveterate and incurable nepotistic tribalist; and you have said so yourself, then you kowtow to him?

“Buhari is the worst thing to happen to Nigeria; and APC is a gathering of all that is wrong in Nigeria.

“May I never be in a situation where I will have to return to my vomit; because my stomach is empty. God, I beg you. I beg you. In Christ’s Name!”

Meanwhile, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, has stated that more youths will be included in the decision-making organ of the APC.

Gbajabiamila, made the call when the APC Lobby Committee on Youth Inclusion, visited him in his office on Thursday, September 16, in Abuja.

He commended the youths of the party for working together in unity; stressing that no far-reaching decision could be reached without including youths in the decision-making of the party.

The speaker said youths remained the future of the country; saying that was why whatever the lawmakers did in the National Assembly, they ensured that the interest youths were protected.

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“The motion for Nigeria’s Independent was moved by a youth in his 20s; many also became commissioners and held other appointments as youths,” he said.

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