Director of Media and Publicity of the campaign organisation, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode has described the former governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Professor Charles Soludo as too educated to be in the opposition political party, All Progressives Congress (APC).
Fani-Kayode, who reacted to Professor Soludo’s criticism of the economic policies of President Goodluck Jonathan, said: “needless to say my friend and brother, Charles Soludo is confused and conflicted. He seems to have lost touch with reality and this is what often happens when you spend too much time with the Buharists.”
He said Soludo is far too educated, civilised and advanced to be in the opposition because, according to the former minister of Aviation, Soludo belongs to the modern age and not the dark ages.
“I pray that sooner than later, he comes to his senses and he sees the light.”
Fani-Kayode accused Professor Soludo of criticising the President, his government and his handling of the economy.
“Meanwhile Nigeria has just won the prestigious award of being designated as the largest economy in Africa and this has happened under the watch of President Jonathan and no-one else.
“Should any right-thinking person, who has the nation’s interest at hear,t be complaining about that?”
He made it clear that 100,000 of the presidential candidate of the opposition All Progressives Congress, Major-General Muhammadu Buhari cannot match one Goodluck Jonathan in terms of tolerance, compassion or performance.
Professor Soludo had condemned the President’s economic policies, saying it would not help the country. [myad]