Don't Undermine a sitting Governor, Fani Kayode Warns PDP

Don’t Undermine a sitting Governor, Fani Kayode Warns PDP

Femi Fani Kayode has warned the National Working Committee of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) not to undermine or humiliate Cross River State Governor, Ben Ayade, by taking the party structures away from him as that would spark off a crisis within the party.

Taking to his Facebook page Olufemi Olu-Kayode, the former Aviation Minister threatens that any attempt to withdraw the party structures from Ben Ayade in Cross River State would lead to mass defection from the People’s Democratic Party (PDP).

His words: “It would be a big mistake for the National Working Committee of the PDP to take the party structures in his state away from Ben Ayade, the Governor of Cross River State, and hand them over to anyone else. If this is done and Ayade leaves the party be rest assured that many of us will leave with him.

“You cannot and must not undermine a sitting Governor or attempt to humiliate him in his own state and before his people. Some of those that are advocating and behind this nonsense would never allow it to happen in their own states. A word is enough for the wise.

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“No-one, no matter how big or powerful should think that they own the PDP. If there is any attempt to undermine Ayaade it will spark off a crisis in the party that will split it right down the middle and the consequences will not be limited to Cross Rivers state”, he said.

Recall that the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) has for some time, been at loggerheads with Cross Rivers State Governor, Ben Ayade, over his soft-spot for the All Progressives Congress (APC). He has been accused of working for PDP during the day and APC at night.

Don't Undermine and Humiliate a sitting Governor, Fani Kayode Warns PDP
Governor Ben Ayade

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