Femi Fani-Kayode, chieftain of the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, has accused the presidential flag bearer of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, of secretly meeting with serving military generals in Abuja.
The former Minister, however, is not sure of the purpose of the secret meetings but didn’t rule out the possibility to create a foul play during the presidential poll.
This much was contained in a post on his official Twitter handle, saying such meeting could affect the elections negatively, destabilize the peace of the nation, and incite chaos in the land.
The tweet read “There are reports that @atiku had a secret meeting with serving military Generals in Abuja on Thursday. If true, it is troubling & has implications. What was the purpose?
“Why would a presidential candidate be having secret meetings with soldiers 14 days before the election?
“Is this meeting part of the wider agenda to disrupt the elections, destabilise the country, set us on fire, incite chaos and violence, provoke a coup d’etat and establish a new and unconstitutional order in our beloved country under the auspices of an ING?
“Knowing that he has no chance of winning the election, is Atiku now working with some members of the cabal, a handful of treacherous and unpatriotic technocrats at CBN and in the private sector and rogue elements in the ‘deep state’ to effect this demonic hidden agenda?”