Femi Fani-Kayode of the All Progressives Congress (APC), is already upbeat and exuding confidence as the elections draw near. The APC chieftain has been basking in pre-election ‘joy’ on the chances of his party at the polls tomorrow.
Femi Fani-Kayode, also a former Aviation Minister, has ‘disclosed’ what lies in wait for the PDP’s Atiku alongside the LP’s Obi and Datti after Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu is proclaimed winner of the presidential election as early as next week.
In tweets on his Twitter handle, he had stated in ‘strong’ terms that by next week, Bola Tinubu would be declared president-elect, and had subsequently announced that Atiku, Obi and Datti will be ‘excommunicated’ from the shores of Nigeria.
“After Asiwaju wins we will send Ibn Dubai back to Abu Dhabi, send Dati the Daft back to Mauritania and flush Peter the Pooh down the toilet. Next week the Asiwaju of the world will be declared President-elect and the heavens will rejoice! Glory Hallelujah,” he had tweeted.
The election papers are ready and waiting. The polls come up tomorrow, Saturday, 25th February 2023, and are eagerly much-awaited, just as every Nigerian is ready to perform their civic duties of choosing a new leader.
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