Merger: Fani-Kayode congratulates opposition parties

Femi Fani-Kayode

Femi Fani-Kayode


Former aviation minister Chief Femi Fani-Kayode, in a message, congratulated the ACN, the CPC and the ANPP on their various conventions and their final resolutions to merge into the APC.

He said the development “provides hope for Nigeria and it represents the only vehicle and platform that can deliver our nation from the hands of the PDP and the Jonathan administration”.

Fani-Kayode continued: “I salute those that have found the courage to stand up against the tyranny, blackmail, pettiness and incompetence of the Jonathan administration and I, together with millions of others, stand shoulder to shoulder with them in their quest to restore and resurrect the fortunes of our country.

“The various resolutions to merge into one new party are a first step in the right direction. I sincerely hope and pray that every other step shall follow and that we will all join hands to break the stranglehold of evil that the Jonathan administration represents and has foisted on our country for the last two years. I urge all those that want to see a positive change in our great country to join the APC.

The prospect of a Jonathan administration remaining in power for the next six years is, to say the least, the greatest disaster and affliction that could possibly be foisted on our people. God has rejected our president and his government and the Lord will honour His word by ensuring that he is roundly defeated at the polls in 2015.

The circle is complete and this is the time for all men and women of goodwill to rally round the new standard to stand up for truth and to resist evil.”

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