A former Nigeria’s Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, has said that Governor Godwin Obaseki could not have fought the national chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Adams Oshiohole and succeeded.
Reacting to disqualification of Obaseki from the governorship primary of the party, for a possible second term, by the screening panel, the ex-minister, via his Twitter handle, described the Oshiomhole, as a formidable adversary and skillful fighter, saying: “One of the most important virtues in life is LOYALTY. Never bite the finger that fed you.
“Obaseki has learnt this lesson the hard way. I have known Oshiomole for years. He is a formidable adversary, a skilful fighter and a tough cookie. Obaseki could never have outmanoeuvred him.”
Governor Obaseki was disqualified alongside two other aspirants by the panel which sat at the party’s National Secretariat in Abuja today, June 12. He was disqualified for alleged discrepancies in his names and certificates.