By Chibuike Nwabuko
Abuja (Sundiata Post) – Former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode has said that the crisis rocking the Peoples Democratic Party between Governor Wike team and the former Vice President Atiku Abubakar’s group has karma undertone.
Fani-Kayode who took to twitter @realffk to expose this reminded those in both camps were same people in the same camps in 2015 who either betrayed or supported former President Goodluck Jonathan.
Sundiata Post recalls that in 2015, a group of PDP members – Aminu Tambuwal, Bukola Saraki, Dino Melaye, Rotomi Amaechi, Atiku Abubakar and others betrayed former president Goodluck Jonathan by pulling out of the party and joining forces with the then opposition All Progressives Congress that led to the defeat of the then ruling PDP.
However, when the political romantic exploit and escaade of the members of Atiku group faded in the APC, they crawled back to the PDP and at the convention of the party that held at Moshood Abiola stadium few months back, they lived up to their habit by using Aminu Tambuwal to set the stage for the second betrayal. Recall he was described as the hero of the convention after the announcement of Atiku as the winner.
But Governor Nyesom Wike and the members of his group stood firm and supported the PDP and its presidential candidate, Goodluck Jonathan. These ones have been the ones funding the party and nurturing it from that time till now.
Now, PDP as presently constituted appeares to have been taken over by the splinter group but this is not going well with the Wike group who are fighting against the unjust composition and distribution of party positions.
So as the war for the control of the soul of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) rages between these two groups, Fani-Kayode said:
“One thing I will say for the Wike group in PDP is that every single one of them stood with GEJ in the 2015 presidential election.
“Conversely every single one of the key players on the other side including Atiku, Tambuwal & Saraki betrayed GEJ in 2015.
Karma is a bitch.