Femi Fani Kayode, a former minister of aviation and a member of the Tinubu/Shettima campaign council has stated that the opposition parties are pushing their party to react to their outburst. FFK speaking in a APC Press conference stated that the outburst by the spokesperson of the APC, Dino Melaye at the collation center is nothing of worry for them.
He also pointed out that their supporters have been calm despite the intimidation they have suffered following the results of the election. According to him, they are the only party that is taking the election in their stride without complaint.
He said, ''First of all, it's very clear that the words of Dino Melaye at the collation center are nothing. It's full of Sad and Fury and we need to be very careful at this stage. We don't want to trouble but the opposition parties want to provoke us to cause Chaos. We want everybody to be cool and calm, but they want to heat up the politics. They want to intimidate our supporters. And ensure that we react to them but we won't do that.''
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