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EFCC: APC raising false alarm,says Fani-Kayode

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Director of Media and Publicity of the PDP Presidential Campaign Organisation, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode on Saturday night said  the claim by the All Progressives Congress (APC ) that the Federal Government plans to use the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission ( EFCC) to arrest Senator Bola Tinubu on trumped up charges is false.
He said, “We have said it before and we shall say it again: the APC are not only delusional but they are suffering from chronic paranoia. Why should Tinubu  be scared of arrest if he has done nothing wrong. Why should Buhari be scared of EFCC if he is clean? They should stop raising all these false alarms and they should just grow up.”

He added that “We are far too busy and focused on winning an election than on planning any witch hunt. Those that have a case to answer know who they are and eventually they will be made to answer that case. Whether it be for murder, theft or graft they will surely answer that case sooner than later.  God will see to that.

“The radio station that they set up to throw Nigeria into chaos woth after they lose the election has been exposed and we are waiting for them to begin their incitement. When that happens every single one of them will be arrested, rounded up and made to face the full wrath of the law.

“Defeat is staring them in the face and they are having sleepless nights. That is what has informed all this rubbish that they keep peddling out on a daily basis.

“Let them be clear about one thing: no matter what they say or do on March 28th this matter will be settled once and for all and they shall be utterly humiliated at the polls.

“When that happens and when the President gets a fresh and new mandate then we will revisit all the issues and very serious allegations that have been made against Buhari, Tinubu, Saraki, Amaechi, Shettima and all the other APC leaders.

“They should prepare for the very worse because nothing but humiliation, defeat, shame and dark days lie ahead of them” the statement said.