A former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode , has said Nigeria is sitting on a keg of gun powder that could trigger soon.
Fani-Kayode noted that this could start off a “cataclysmic explosion, the likes of which have never been seen.”
The Peoples Democratic Party ( PDP ) chieftain noted this in a reaction to the Independent National Electoral Commission ( INEC)’s claim that they never used a server during the 2019 presidential election.
According to INEC, it never transmitted election results from polling units electronically during the recent presidential election.
But FFK as he is better known has urged the election body not to toy with the future of the country.
In a tweet on his Twitter handle, he said: “You said you had a server and told us how much you spent on it.
“You complained that others had illegally gained access to it and that they ought to be arrested. Yet when the matter got to court, you changed the story and said you have no server. What type of strange abracadabra is this?
“Please stop playing Russian roullete with the future of our country. People’s eyes are open and we are sitting on a keg of gunpowder right now.
“If care is not taken you will pull the trigger and ignite a monumental and cataclysmic explosion the likes of which have never been seen,” tweeted FFK.