"I Am A Warrior, I Fear Nothing, I Fear No-one" - Fani-Kayode Opens Up On Defection - Mackenzie Sky Blog - Naija News

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Sunday, 21 February 2021

"I Am A Warrior, I Fear Nothing, I Fear No-one" - Fani-Kayode Opens Up On Defection

 Femi Fani-Kayode
Former Aviation Minister, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode, has finally responded to the reactions trailing his rumoured bid to defect from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC).

The Nigerian politician who described himself as "A warrior" and the "voice of the voiceless" during the interview session reaffirmed that he has always stood on his belief, core values, and principles as he has no fear for anyone.

His statement in part;

"I stand on all my beliefs, core values, and principles. I am the voice of the voiceless, I am a warrior, I fear nothing, I fear no-one, I am as constant as the northern star and I will ALWAYS stand against evil.

"Speaking to other leaders across party lines in order to build bridges, engender peace, foster stability and enhance national unity ought not to create such national and international rage, panic, and pandemonium.

"Are we so divided that we can’t even talk to one another and take pictures together without causing a public stir and setting the Internet on fire? 

"You insult me and say I am scared of prison because I had a meeting with two APC governors? Do you know how many PDP and APC governors and leaders I interact with and meet regularly? Do you know how many I talk to on a daily basis? 

"Do you know that I was prosecuted for seven years by PDP governments which tried to jail me simply for speaking out against them yet it did not deter me? 

"Ask those that were in the Yar’Adua and Jonathan administrations. After a while, they got tired because the more they tried to intimidate me into silence or make me flee the country, the more I stood my ground and fought from my corner till they gave up. 

"Does that sound like a man that is scared of death or prison?"

Fani-Kayode went further to describe himself as a lion, saying no man born of a woman can silence his roar.

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