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  • Updated: March 22, 2023

Election Tribunal: Peter Obi's Court Case Joke Of The Century — Fani-Kayode

Election Tribunal: Peter Obi's Court Case Joke Of The Centur

A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Femi Fani-Kayode has taken a swipe at Peter Obi's followers, saying the case at the election tribunal is the joke of the century.

Obi who was the Labour Party presidential candidate in the February 25 election officially filed a petition contesting Bola Tinubu's candidacy on Tuesday.

Speaking on the court case via his official Twitter handle, Fani-Kayode mocked 'Obidients', pointing out that their delusions and dreams have been shattered forever.

According to the former minister, Obi's followers are in political oblivion and will remain there forever.

Concerning the case at the election tribunal, Fani-Kayode stated that it is the joke of the century and will go nowhere.

"Dear Obidients, despite all your social media gra gra, insults and noise you have not won ONE state in the federation.

"You are even struggling to claim Abia which I hope you win lest you commit suicide.

"Chaiii! Looks like your crazy delusions and wild dreams have been shattered forever.

"Yet instead of focusing on fixing your infantile and obvious shortcomings and inexhaustible stupidity, you are still obsessing about Lagos.

"Hear this and eat it: your Obidient bubble has burst forever.

"From now on it is downhill for you. You are now in political oblivion and you will remain there.

"Your hateful and divisive disposition and cause and your religious and ethnic bigotry have destroyed you.

"As for your court case challenging Asiwaju, it is the joke of the century.

"It's not going anywhere and you will come out crying.

"We shall spank you hard there and flush you down the toilet just as we have done in all the elections.

"The message is simple and clear: politics is for the big boys and not for the misguided, rude, vulgar, vain and deluded", the post reads.


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