A former Minister of Aviation and Director, New Media of the Bola Tinubu Presidential Campaign, Femi Fani-Kayode has lambasted the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi, for no responding to comments made by presidential spokespersons.
Naija News reports that in a post on his Twiiter page on Thursday night, Fani-Kayode described Peter Obi as a modern day walking disaster and a charlatan.
According to the APC chieftain, the Labour Party presidential candidate will not last five minutes in a debate with Tinubu, Atiku Abubakar and Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso.
Fani-Kayode wrote: “You don’t respond to comments of presidential spokespersons because you are a mannerless dunce with low self-esteem and you have no answers.
“No presidential candidate worth his salt will ever join issues with you directly because you are far too low down the ladder.
“Asiwaju to Waziri to Kwankwaso I can see but to add an Obi to that list in a public debate or discussion would be a grave insult.
“Who the hell is he and what does he know about anything other than misleading his gullible followers on social media and selling Tomato puree, Bournvita and toothpaste?
“He would not last 5 minutes in a debate with ANY of our presidential spokespersons and even Kwankwaso’s and Atiku’s would give him a hard time.
“The insufferable arrogance and deceit of this shady character and strange sounding little man called Peter Obi is such that it nauseates and confounds even the most restrained and tolerant amongst us.
“Simply put he is a charlatan and a modern-day walking disaster.
“By the time he gets trounced in the presidential election and comes a distant 4th he will know that this is a game for the big boys.
“It is at that time that he and his venomous, ignorant and garrulous supporters will cry blue murder and claim that the election was rigged and attempt to turn the nation upside down, burn everything in sight and riot.”
The former Minister stated that the APC is ready and they will defend Tinubu’s mandate with everything they have got.
This article was originally published on Naija News