Former minister of Aviation, Femi-Fani Kayode has said he will never apologise to APC for the statement he made concerning them on Monday during an interview on Sunrise, a Channels Tv daily programme.
Mr Femi while on air described Boko Haram as the armed wing of the APC, and alleged that some APC leaders, including Mr. Lai Mohammed and Muhammadu Buhari, had in the past made statements in support of the Boko Haram insurgents, and little wonder they have sympathy for them.
Mr Lai Mohammed, APC’s spokesperson was quick to reply him, and asked him to retract his statement or they meet in court; a place where Femi-Fani Kayode says he looks forward to.
But Mr. Fani-Kayode insists he stands by his allegations and assertions that the APC comprises of “at least a handful of Boko Haram sympathizers and questionable individuals who have at various times expressed a certain degree of support for Boko Haram.
May God guide and help them and their party to see the light and to appreciate the virtues and beauty of a decent and peaceful secular state where violence and religious fundamentalism of any sort has no place.
“And may He deliver them from continuously and habitually treading the path of division, rancour, lies, deceit, bullying, intimidation and self-destruction before it is too late. Hell will freeze over before I issue Lai Mohammed or the APC any type of apology for what I have said. If they are waiting for that they will wait forever. I look forward to seeing them in court and may God’s will be done,” Mr. Fani-Kayode said.