Friday, November 21, 2014

Femi Fani-Kayode Speaks ON National Assembly Fracas, Amaechi’s Statement

Former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode in a press conference today in Umuahia , Abia State has called on the Federal Government to sue Rivers State Governor, Chibuike Amaechi for treason. While recalling what the Governor said in his recent media remarks where he allegedly said the opposition would form a parallel government if President Jonathan wins the 2015 presidential election amounts to treason.

“When you look at  the comments made by my old friend, Gov. Chibuike Amaechi of Rivers State, I am alarmed, I am deeply disturbed and discouraged. He said that if PDP comes back in 2015 that not only would they make the country ungovernable, they would also set up a parallel government, and that there would be anarchy in this country.”

The former Minister also described what happen yesterday at the National Assembly as shameful and as what he thinks will never happen in countries like the US and United Kingdom. Fani also commended the police for their patience and tolerance saying they did a very good job yesterday.

“For the first time in the history of our country I saw elected legislators attempting to break down wall, attempting to break down gates. I saw them scaling the gate. I saw some of them in torn clothes, struggling through the police lines, I saw them breaking the law, and I saw them display the highest level of indiscipline and lack of respect for constituted authority.

 “Some public figures may shy away from speaking the truth but I will not, no matter whoever is involved.”

“Legislators took the law into their own hands. Broke down gates, jumped through the gates, fought the police and created commotion and shameful acts.

“If this were to be in any other country particularly America or Uk that for whatever reasons a line was drawn by the police and security agencies, and individuals no matter how high or how much respected or loved chose to defy them and cross the lines, injured some policemen ( because the IG told me on phone this morning that some police men were injured), and they defied the police , went through the tear gas, and ignored the warnings , the police would have been forced to use a very high degree of force, he said.

21 comments:

  1. I don't expect FFK to support Amaechi afterall he has been discharged and acquitted of 38 charges out of 40

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  2. What good have the police done? No you for tell dem say make them beat their ogas wey put them there. You think they don't know what their doing

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  3. Very shameful

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  4. Amaechi was talking about rigged elections


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  5. FFK is a big fool. he got what he wanted, pardon on his loot so go rest and stop commenting on national issues because he lacks d morals to. for police and armi to stop d no 4 citizen is d right thing? idiot

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    1. How is Tambuwa still l the no 4 citizen? Is he not supposed to have stepped down after picking nomination form? Na so him wan govern sokoto? He wants to eat with both hands like a crab... a crab's end awaits him inside old woman pot... Mscheeeeew.

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    2. It is such a shame that you are a member of PDP @anon 3:32 and you shamelessly express it. What has Tambuwal done wrong by decamping to APC? Why are they troubling him? Mimiko decamped to PDP and he is having it all good. Is PDP the only party in Nigeria? God will fight you ALL

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    3. Yes Mimiko decamped to PDP why is he still Governor???? Answer me...hisssssss

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  6. This maggot is just trying to be relevant!Why his he comparing Nigeria to UK and Yankee? The rule of law applies to everything they do, therefore, such abuse of power will never happen. He was cleared of all corruption charges against him because his a pdp member. Does he think that would happen in UK or America?The rule of law is dead and buried in Nigeria,that is why corrupt people like FFK can say whatever they like.

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  7. I don't expect him to say otherwise. FFK is a PDP member. What would he have said?

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  8. How can it happen in UK or America when they have law abiding government leaders, security agencies

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  9. In the US or UK the likes of Femi fani-kayode would be doing their time in jail for corruption

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    1. This is Nigeria mr story teller

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  10. Nigeria is a lawless country

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  11. We don hear jor

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  12. Femi Fani Kayode need to shut up
    No to PDP

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