Chief Femi Fani Kayode, one of the spokespersons for the President-elect, said that the way the Labour Party presidential candidate, Mr. Peter Obi and PDP presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar is 'crying' over US Secretary of States, Anthony Blinken's call to Bola Ahmed Tinubu is pitiful.
Fani-Kayode made the statement in a tweet he recently released on his official Twitter account.
Recall that on 16th May, it was reported that US Secretary of States, Anthony Blinken called the president-elect stating how they are willing to work with the new government.
However, Atiku Abubakar after seeing the report said that he was disappointed by the move of the US in calling the president-elect because he felt that is in contrast to their initial position about the 2023 presidential election.
This morning, Peter Obi also said that there is no clarity on the basis of Anthony Blinken's call to Tinubu because the fundamental tenet and core of democracy is the rule of law.
However, Fani-Kayode who may have read their respective reactions wrote,
"The way in which Peter Obi and Atiku are 'crying' about US secretary of States, Anthony Blinken's call to President-elect, Tinubu is pitiful. They should grow some balls and take the pain. Two grown men both acting like a jilted lover who can't bear the idea of the object of their love talking to someone new. O maa se o."
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