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    Fani-Kayode in secret talk with three PDP governors to APC

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    Chief Femi. Fani-Kayode, former Minister of Aviation, has expressed the desire for three Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governors to join the All Progressives Congress (APC).

    He said this shortly after President Muhammadu Buhari welcomed him to the ruling party on Thursday.

    Fani-Kayode, who said he is a founding member of APC, expressed hope that the PDP would cope with his defection.

    He also said he was instrumental to the defection of three PDP governors who joined APC, naming the governors he is seeking to join his new party.

    “There are many people. If you ask my friend and brother, Governor Matawale here, there are many people within the PDP, who really do want to come over to the APC, I can tell you that I was there and very instrumental when Governor Umahi joined the APC.

    “I was there and very instrumental when Governor Ayade did the same thing. I was there and very instrumental when my friend and brother governor of Zamfara, Governor Matawale did the same thing.

    “There are many others, some of the most remarkable men in this country are still within the ranks of the PDP, it’s our job to try to win them over. Now, if you don’t mind me mentioning names, somebody like the governor of Enugu State, the governor Oyo State, and of course, my good friend, the governor of Bauchi State, great friends of mine, and I sincerely hope that they too may end up coming in this direction.

    “But whether they do or not, the most important thing is that we work together as a people, as a country, and move our country together and fight and kill the terrorists and put to shame the foreign elements and I emphasise that word, foreign elements, that want us to end up fighting one another in this country and turning our country into a massive refugee camp.”

    On why he joined the ruling party despite his criticism in the past, he said, “I’ll say that the only constant thing in life is change. You can’t hold me to what I’ve said in the past if circumstances change and I will always bow to superior argument and logic. For me, the primary cause today and let me say this, there’s no way I will renege on my fundamental core values and principles, anybody that knows me will tell you that.

    “I believe in certain things; how the country should be moved forward. I will fight for that from within this party to ensure it’s done. I believe in fairness and equity. But the most important thing for us today is we must not allow our country to fall apart based on disagreement and misunderstanding amongst one another.”

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