Peter Obi: DSS, police given 48 hours to arrest Fani-Kayode over inciting comments
The Department of State Services, DSS, and Nigeria Police Force have been urged to arrest a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Femi Fani-Kayode, within 48 hours, before he sets Nigeria ablaze.
The Nigerian Democratic Youth Front, NDYF, warned the police and DSS to stop “dilly-dallying” and arrest Fani-Kayode before his “injudicious, uncultured and inflammatory speeches” spark widespread civil disturbance and national insecurity.
The group berated Fani-Kayode for saying Muslims would be an endangered specie if Labour Party’s Peter Obi was declared winner of the presidential election.
They noted that Fani-Kayode’s remark was uncalled-for.
He made the call while cautioning the Federal Government on the dangers of indulging Fani-Kayode and his insensitive and inciting comments.
Addressing a press conference on Thursday in Abuja, NDYF president, Gideon Obong and Secretary General, Usman Ahmed Yahaya said: “Fani-Kayode had in one of his recent senseless rants on Twitter attempted to defame Obi before our Muslim brothers and sisters by gloating that the purported leaked telephone conversation between him and Bishop Oyedepo makes him unfit to lead a multi-religious, multi-ethnic, multi-cultural state as a hater of non-Christians.
“But a man driven by avarice and prejudice like Fani-Kayode would even feign ignorance to get his already dirty self dirtier for scrubs.
“Nigeria Police and the Department of State Security to arrest Femi Fani-Kayode within 48 hours before he set the country in flames.”