Fani-Kayode said that at the rate the President is going, he may end up voting for the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Atiku Abubakar, if his vice Yemi Osinbajo does not follow him to the polling booth on February 16.
The former minister wrote this on his Twitter page on Monday.
Buhari raised the hand of the photgrapher instead of the hand of the APC candidate at a recent rally? At this rate if care is not taken and if Osinbajo does not enter the voting booth with him on Feb.16th to tell him what to do Buhari may end up casting his vote for Atiku! 🤣
— Femi Fani-Kayode (@realFFK) February 4, 2019
President Buhari has on few occasions in recent outings at campaign rallies made some errors that have left many, especially from the camps of the opposite question his mental state.
It would be recalled that Buhari when asked to present flag to APC governorship candidate in Delta State, Ovie Omo-Agege during the party’s campaign in Warri, he handed him the flag referring the Senator as “our presidential candidate”. When he was reminded that Omo-Agege was rather the governorship candidate he still called him Senatorial candidate before finally saying “Governitorial candidate”.
He followed that up with few other gaffes that have left the opposition parties fuming to the extent of dragging the President to court over his health condition ahead of the presidential election.
The Coalition of United Political Parties (CUPP) on Friday approached a court for an order to disqualify President Muhammadu Buhari from contesting the February 16 Presidential election over his state of health.
In a statement on Thursday, Ikenga Ugochinyere, CUPP spokesman, said Buhari is “mentally and physically unfit” to rule Nigeria.
The coalition gave reasons for its submission, saying the president “goofed” at his “uninspiring” re-election campaigns in Delta and Kogi state.
CUPP also made reference to Buhari’s absence at the presidential debate organised by the Nigeria Election Debate Group, adding that Yemi Osinbajo, the vice president, had to “come to his rescue” at a town hall meeting that held recently.
“We are…seeking from the Court an Order disqualifying President Muhammadu Buhari from contesting the election to the office President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and an injunction restraining INEC from recognising his candidacy,” the statement read.
“Nigerians will also be glad to know that to prove that we are on the right path, we are also asking the court to grant an order directing President Buhari to make public the results of the medical examination which we ask that he be subjected to so that no citizen will be in doubt that we are saving the country from calamity by taking these steps.”
“Opposition political parties have carefully studied President Muhammadu Buhari over the months, especially since his return to the country after the sickness that took him out of Nigeria for the better part of 2017, and have come to the conclusion that he is no longer mentally and physically fit to lead a nation like ours in this century.
“We have come to the conclusion that re-electing Buhari will only empower members of the cabal that his wife admitted has hijacked his Presidency to rule us for another four years from the dark.
“In order to save this great nation the disaster that will follow if President Buhari is in a rare happenstance re-elected, we the opposition political parties have therefore filed litigation in court seeking to declare him unfit to contest for 2019 election because of his mental instability.”