Buhari ordered ‘extreme measures’ on fani-Kayode – Aide

The media aide to Fani-Kayode, Mr. Jude Ndukwe, has alleged that his principal’s life is in danger.

Ndukwe released an official statement on the happenings surrounding Chief Femi Fani-Kayode.

The statement reads in part: “As expected, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode raised an alarm that he was going to be rearrested by the EFCC.

“EFCC has predictable graduated from being an investigative body to a vindictive institution.

“The agency is willing to do the biddings of some vengeful cabal whose existence the wife of the president has confirmed.

“Let it be on record that Chief Femi Fani-Kayode was held illegally for 67 days in EFCC custody.

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“Rather than being silenced, Fani-Kayode, to the consternation of his traducers, has remained faithful to his position.


“Realizing that their plans to torture him into silence did not work, the EFCC immediately swung into action again.

“They sent him another invitation for some imagined charges to which his lawyers responded promptly.

“Credible sources within the presidency and security agencies have told us that the presidency has ordered “extreme measures” on him.

“We have also been told that in security circles, that means to have him killed through the use of some poisonous substances.

“The plan is to break down his health irreversibly and eventually kill him even months after he might have been released.

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“If not, why allow Nenadi Usman Director of Finance in the PDP Campaign Organization, Danjuma and others charged alongside Fani-Kayode to go and only him was re-arrested in the court premises?

“Our fears now are that nothing is beyond this government of sadists and fascists.

“We are watching very closely, and should anything untoward happen to FFK, Nigerians of course know who to hold responsible even as we demand for his immediate and unconditional release now!”