Femi Fani-Kayode, former Aviation Minister has mocked Adams Oshiomhole, the national chairman of the All Progressive Congress (APC) over calls for the latter to resign his position.
The national deputy chairman of the ruling party, Lawali Shuaibu, had called on Mr Oshiomhole to step aside from piloting the affairs of the party, accusing the top official of incompetence.
“It is my honest opinion that your ability to ensure this party flourishes is deficient as you lack the necessary composure and you also don’t posses the capabilities and the requisite experience to run a political party,” part of Mr Shuaibu’s six-page letter read.
Reacting to the call for Oshiomhole’s resignation, the former minister mocked the former governor of Edo State.
“When your Deputy publicly calls for you to step down you know that someone powerful and strategic is behind it,” Fani-Kayode said in a tweet on Tuesday.
He advised the former governor to henceforth watch his back.
“I feel sorry for my old friend and brother Adams Oshiomole.They have used him and now they want to dump him. Watch your back old friend:these guys don’t take prisoners,” he added.
This is not the first time Oshiomhole will be asked to resign as the party chairman. After candidates of the APC emerged from party primaries, some aggrieved aspirants called for his resignation.