The former Minister for Aviation under ex-President Obasanjo may be dumping the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) soon.
Mr Fani Kayode who has become the mouthpiece for the oppressed Nigerians, speaking out in a veracious tone against the numerous ethno-religious killings and oppression of Nigerians especially the southerners has been called upon by various youth groups from his home State, Osun urging him to run for Governorship election in 2019.
The Osun youths belived that Mr. Femi Fani Kayode is qualified and brilliant to govern the state with his good education and experience in government.
Since waves of defection have started hitting the PDP due to lack of internal democracy and the ongoing crisis in the party, Mr Adeyanju Deji, a very prominent online personality has taken to his Twitter Page, advising Chief Femi Fani Kayode to consider the newly rebranded Social Democratic Party (SDP), arguing that the impunity in PDP will be a stunning blocks for his governorship ambition.
Mr Adeyanju went further to say that, Chief Femi Fani Kayode should not waste his time and resources with PDP, that Wike, the governor of Rivers State won’t allow the party to give him the ticket.
After series of Tweets exchange between the duo, Chief Kayode agreed to give Mr. Adeyanju’s advise a thought, implying that there is a possibility of dumping PDP for SDP soon.
There are rumours from different quarters that former President Obasanjo who has vowed that both APC and PDP will not get power in 2019 is one of the main promoter of the SDP.
As it stands in Nigeria, 2019 will be an interesting year as more political parties have started warming up to battle APC and PDP, prominent amongst them are Action Democratic Party (ADP) with its structures all over the country wooing top class politicians and technocrats to join the party and the Social Democratic Party (SDP).
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