Femi Fani-Kayode, a former minister of Aviation, has told the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to go and learn how to operate like an opposition party.
Since the return to democracy in 1999, the PDP held sway at the center until in 2015 when the All Progressive Congress (APC) snatched power from it.
As the 2019 general election draw near, the former ruling now opposition party repositioned itself to reclaim back what it lost. The attempt was futile as the former opposition now ruling party held the power firmly.
Advising the PDP, the former minister said the party needs to change its approach to national issues.
He urged the opposition party to go and learn how their colleagues in Venezuela and Sudan operates.
“Go to Venezuela and Sudan and find out how real opposition leaders are meant to behave when faced with mass murder, genocide, ethnic cleansing, sit tight leaders, rigged elections, wholesale tyranny and barbarous and brutal injustice,” Fani-Kayode said on Wednesday through his verified Twitter handle.
“The opposition in Nigeria has much to learn,” he added.
Opposition parties in the aforementioned countries reacts to national issues by mass protest, talking though and atimes attempting to unseat the incumbent president.