President Muhammadu Buhari's personal assistant on media, Mr. Bashir Ahmed, scoffed at chief Femi Fani Kayode over an alleged rumor that he would join the ruling All Progressive Congress  (APC).

 Governor Yahaya Bello had Yesterday, February 10, 20221, announced the defection of ex-Aviation minister Chief Femi Fani Kayode  defection from the PDP to the APC. Governor Bello Said, Chief Femi Fani Kayode has joined the APC in  good faith, and he will bring his positive energy to the party.

Meanwhile, The Media Adviser to President Muhammadu Buhari responded to the statement made by Governor Bello via messages he distributed on Twitter, saying he heard the former minister wants to join the party he has always regarded as the political arm of the deadly Boko Haram group.

The public space has been filled with wide spread circulation that Chief Femi Fani Kayode is now planning to Join the Boko haram Party ,Said Mr Bashir . He concluded by saying that he hoped that the ex-Minister has successfully completed the training necessary to be distinguished as one of the great wing commanders of the Bokoharam Party. 

In another tweet, Mr Bashir recommended that FFK should not join the party he once described as the Alma Jiri People's Congress. 

Chief Fani-Kayode has however denied his alleged defection to the ruling party (The APC).  He said there has been series of discussions going around across different party lines extensively, But he is yet to leave the PDP".

In the past, Chief Fani-Kayode saw the APC as "the of Alma Jiri People's Party and a dirty, smelly and sinking ship full of rats".

He also mentioned unprintable names of President Muhammad Buhari and APC leaders.

He had Many times accused the APC of being a political party that sponsors terrorism and Killer Herdsmen.

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