Former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, has claimed that Governor of Kaduna State, Nasir El-Rufai, will become vice-president “when President Muhammadu Buhari is declared dead”.
The former minister took to his Twitter account Friday morning, to state this in reaction to the visit of former British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, to El-Rufai this week.
“When Buhari is declared dead the plan is for Osinbajo to appoint Nasir El-Rufai as his VP. Tony Blair has come to Kaduna to convey British approval of that plan.
“El Rufai is slotted to take over from Osinbajo in 2019 but God will shock them. When will the Britsh leave us alone?
“When will they stop manipulating us and interfering in our affairs? The blood of the Christians and Shiite Muslims of S. Kaduna speaks against El Rufai and the Buhari admin. Their time is over and their power is broken.
” The Lord shocked Buhari. He will shock this lot too.”
Femi Fani-Kayode has described Acting President Yemi Osinbajo’s supposed meeting with President Buhari in London as an act of deceit. He in a series of tweets posted on Thursday claimed that President Muhammadu Buhari’s health condition is “pathetic” and he will never return to govern the country.
He thus, asked Osinbajo to stop lying, adding that “Nigerians have a right to know the truth.
Governor Ayo Fayose of Ekiti state also cries foul about Osinbajo’s supposed visit to London to see President Buhari, he described the meeting as another attempt by the All Progressives Congress (APC) government to deceive Nigerians on the President’s state of health.
Fayose argued that Nigerians desire a live video of President Buhari addressing them rather than a visit in which no pictorial (photo or video) was made available to the public.
“President Buhari has spent 65 days out of the country since he left on May 7, 2017, and no one has seen him. Yet, Nigerians are being told that the Acting President Osinbajo visited him with no picture, no video to show except that of his (Osinbajo) entering and leaving the Abuja House in London,” he said.
On Tuesday, July 11, 2017, Osinbajo left Nigeria to the UK for a brief meeting with President Buhari who is currently receiving treatment for an undisclosed ailment.
Osinbajo after the visit said:
“I went to see him, Buhari, to check up on him and know how he is doing and of course we have been speaking on the phone.
“I thought it will be a good thing to go and see him and brief him on development back at home.
“We had a very good time and spoke over a wild range of issues, he’s in a very good spirit, recuperating very quickly and he is doing very well.
“We spoke for over an hour and his humour is all there, he is doing well.”