|Femi Fani Kayode|
As far as I am concerned he is simply stating the obvious. It is only those that are planning to rig that have a problem with this bitter truth. Nasir was simply counselling them about the natural consequences of their intended criminal actions yet the government appears to be hell bent on charting the course of oppression, intimidation and the supression of human rights, including the right to the freedom of speech.
El Rufai has sent a strong warning and, whether they like it or not, locking him up will change nothing. Whilst no-one wants violence and even though some of us abhor it let it be clearly understood that if anyone is hurt, maimed or loses their life as a consequence of PDP-rigging in 2015 the blame and responsibility will lie squarly on the shoulders of President Goodluck Jonathan and his PDP who are hell-bent on staying in power at all costs.
It is only a weak and nervous government that has lost it's moral compass, that has no respect for human rights and that is devoid of any conscience that behaves in this way."