Former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode, has condemned two Executive Governors in Nigeria for what he called an act of "inexperienced neophytes and flippant souls that is being displayed by the two Governors.
Fani-Kayode hammered Governor Ademola Adeleke for the dramatic scene he created at the Osogbo Central Eid during the Sallah celebration. Also, the former Aviation boss described the decision by Abia State Governor Alex Otti not to hang the portrait of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu in his home, and office as a sign of being "petty, pitiful, power-crazed, abusive and indisciplined.
In his words, Mr. Fani-Kayode stated that "Firstly the Atikulator Governor of Osun state and his unruly and violent thugs try to do a power show in a place of worship in Osogbo and attempt to shove a leading member of the APC and former Senator out of his seat.
"Secondly the Obidient Governor of Abia state refuses to put the President's official portrait on his office wall or in his official residence claiming that Tinubu is not his President.
"These are the sort of things that happen when inexperienced neophytes and flippant souls are put in positions of power.
"The opposition in Nigeria, whether Atikulator or Obidient, is not only petty, pitiful, power-crazed, abusive, and indisciplined but they also suffer from a low intelligence quotient.
"They lack respect for constituted authority, the Nigerian constitution, and Almighty God.
"No wonder we thrashed them in the presidential election. Both God and common sense left them long ago.
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Written by Omooba Alekuwodo (omoobaalekuwodo)
Published 7/4/2023 2:10:28 PM