Former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode has advised the Labour Party presidential candidate, Peter Obi to leave the country and never come back.
The Director of New Media of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Presidential Campaign Council, said this while reacting to Obi’s outcry that he was under pressure to leave the country.
Obi, on Wednesday, accused the ruling APC and some government agencies of trying to divert the country’s attention from the infractions that marred the just concluded polls.
Speaking about the leaked audio that had his conversation with the Founder and Presiding Bishop of the Living Faith Church, David Oyedepo, the former Anambra state governor said, “These have come and continued to manifest in different ways, such as the malicious accusation of the Minister of Information, Mr Lai Mohammed, the circulation of a fake doctored audio call, and a pressure on me to leave the country.”
Speaking via Twitter page on Thursday, Fani-Kayode explained that if Peter doesn’t feel comfortable in the country, he should head out oversea.
“Please do us all a big favour and go! Sooner the better and never come back!”