Former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, has described the police seal-up of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), convention venue as beginning of tyrannous reign.
He said that people ignored his warning of what Muhammadu Buhari will do if he wins power and went ahead to vote for him.
Fani-Kayode also blamed the governors of PDP who went ahead to make Ali Modu Sheriff chairman of the party, despite his warning about the dangers it portends.
The spokesperson of the PDP Presidential Campaign Organisation for the 2015 general election stated this in his twitter handle on Wednesday in reaction to police seal-up of PDP national convention venue in Port Harcourt.
He said, “When I warned our people about Buhari and what he would do with power no-one listened.
“When I warned PDP Nigeria and particularly our PDP governors about the dangers of making Ali Modu Sheriff national chairman, they would not listen. I also told them that the government would not allow the convention to hold because Sheriff is working for them.
“Now look at what they are doing in PH in collusion with some corrupt judges just to destabilise, destroy and silence the opposition. Governors put under house arrest. Convention venue sealed off. It is shameful.
“Let me make a prediction: this is just the beginning of their tyranny. It will get far worse. That is “mai chanji” for you!
“The sooner the leaders of the PDP wake up, smell the coffee and appreciate the kind of monster they are dealing with and the sooner they elect and select leaders that are prepared to risk their lives and liberty to confront this government the better.
“If you want democracy and freedom you must be prepared to confront the dictator and fight for it. Where there is no justice there can be no peace.”
By Ebere Ndukwu …
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