The former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode (FFK) has slammed the national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu for expressing his confidence in President Buhari's administration, accusing the APC Chieftain of "selling out his kinsmen, soul and heritage".
FFK who was reacting to Tinubu's statement following his meeting with President Buhari expressed his disappointment at the APC Chieftain, questioning the dignity and pride of the former Lagos state governor.
He added that by the time the president was done with Tinubu, the APC National Leader would wish he had never been born.
FFK who made the statement via his social media handle also pointed out the recent revelation made by the Head of Service of the Federation, Winifred Oto-Ita who had in a leaked memo revealed that the Presidency was aware of Abdulrasheed Maina's reinstatement.
The former Aviation Minister also slammed President Buhari's fight against corruption, labelling it as "selective and partial". According to FFK, all the president was doing was a baseless and relentless persecution of opposition members and PDP leaders.
"Tinubu says that he still has confidence in Buhari. Poor him. Does slavery and the selling of one's kinsmen, soul and heritage not have limits? Is there no pride and dignity left? Must some live on their knees? By the time Buhari finishes with him, he will wish he had never been born!"
"The Head of Service has said that not only did Buhari know about Maina's reinstatement but she also warned him about it. He also knew about the illegal disbursement of $26 billion for bogus oil contracts that were awarded by Baru without the knowledge of his boss Kachikwu".
"If Babachir Lawal and Ayo Oke are not prosecuted it speaks volumes about Buhari's selective and partial so-called 'fight against corruption'. Truth is there is NO war against corruption. All we have is the baseless and relentless persecution of opposition members and PDP leaders".
Tinubu following a closed-door meeting with President Buhari at the Presidential Villa earlier this week had expressed his confidence in the president's administration, adding that there was no 'cabal' running the government. The APC Chieftain also debunked reports that he was having a frosty relationship with President Buhari. [Read here if you missed it]