Femi Fani-Kayode, FFK, a former minister of aviation, in his reaction to the decision of the Kwara State governor to delete a house belonging to the Saraki family, has said he would never remain in a political party that ‘maliciously’ pulled down his father house.
There are clear indications that the comment is referring to Gbemisola Saraki, a member of the All Progressives Congress(APC), who party had demolished ‘Ile Arugbo‘ built by Gbemisola’s late father, Olusola Saraki.
The statement comes barely a day after Gbemi Saraki condemned the demolition of the property built by her father, by the Kwara state government saying it is a disrespect to her — being a member of the party which is the ruling party in the state.
Fani-Kayode while speaking via his Twitter handle on Saturday, described the late Saraki as a “profoundly good man who helped and transformed the lives of many. ”
There is nothing in this world that will make me remain in a political party that maliciously demolished my fathers house for no just cause. Dr. Olusola Saraki was a profoundly good man who helped and transformed the lives of many. He was a great man: he did not deserve this.