It was recently reported that the former aviation minister, Femi Fani-Kayode left the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP for the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC. His defection from the PDP to the APC caused several Nigerians to react differently.
Based on that note, an APC chieftain, Joe Igbokwe decided to react. While reacting, Mr Igbokwe made it clear that the APC intentionally inflicted maximum shame and pain on diehard APC heroes and foot soldiers across the country, by admitting the former aviation minister, Femi Fani-Kayode into the fold.
This is really a funny one from Joe Igbokwe. Starting from the day Femi Fani Kayode joined the APC, Joe Igbokwe has been complaining. But in the other hand, he is right. I don't see any reason why the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, should honour Femi Fani Kayode without honouring Joe Igbokwe and other party supporters who have been with the party for a long time now.
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