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After "Obanikoro Joined APC, His Trial With The EFCC Suddenly Developed Malaria" – FFK

They said President Muhammadu Buhari was elected on the premise of change and for being a man of integrity. The later is undoubtedly arguable and even the first. Which has he lived up to? 
Most politicians (especially those in opposition party) have accused Mr. President and APC led administration as a whole of one sided prosecution and fighting of corruption but they have vehemently denied this allegation. So “die hard” Buhari followers also said it is logical for it to seem as if they are fighting only the opposition (PDP) because they are the ones in power for the last 16 years.

But is this the case? Former Aviation Minister and ardent critic of Buhar-led administration has drown a pattern to the hearing of the masses. He said this is the way Buhari and his APC party is operating.

According a tweet shared this morning by FFK;

”Since Musiliu Obanikoro joined APC, his trial with the EFCC suddenly developed malaria” FFK mocks Buhari’s anti-corruption war.

FFK believes that the Anti-corruption war of the Buhari-led government is selective. Posting via his Twitter page, FFK says once a politician standing trial for corruption decamps to APC, his trial is suspended.

See his full tweet below…..

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