APC leaders should explain how they bought jets – Fani-Kayode

Director of Media and Publicity of the Peoples
Democratic Party Presidential Campaign
Organisation, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode, has called
on Nigerians to ask the All Progressives Congress
leaders on how they acquired their private jets.

Fani-Kayode, was reacting to an allegation by the
Director of Media and Publicity of the APC
Presidential Campaign Organisation, Mallam Garba
Shehu, that the President Goodluck Jonathan
administration was planning to use the Ministry of
aviation to ground the jets belonging to senior
members of the APC and frustrate the party’s

He said it was interesting that APC had admitted,
for the first time, that their leaders owned private
He said, “It is interesting that the APC has, for the
very first time, admitted that some of its leaders
own private jets. It will be interesting to know from
the APC how these leaders, who either occupied
public offices or still occupy public offices,
acquired these jets.
“In fact, where did the money, with which they
procured the jets, come from?

“And this is the APC whose leaders pretend to
occupy a moral high ground and accuse everyone
else, except themselves, of malfeasance.

“Once again, it is clear that the APC leaders have
become prisoners of their own delusions and they
are being held captive by their own hallucinations.
This is a clear case of extreme paranoia.

“They are running under the bed when nobody is
chasing them. There are no plans to clamp down
on anybody in the opposition. Our only plan is to
humiliate them before the Nigerian people on
March 28 by giving them a crushing defeat.”


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