Fani-Kayode Up On His Feet Again: Says ' I would never join Buhari, APC ‘to move Nigeria forward’
Fani-Kayode regained freedom on Friday after 67 days in detention.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) had accused him and three others of criminal conspiracy, fraud and money laundering to the tune of N4.9 billion.
He took to his Facebook page on Sunday to disown a post which insinuated that he apologised to Buhari and might be willing to return APC, where he was during the formative stage of the ruling party.
“There is a sick individual on fb [Facebook] who has posted some rubbish and attributed it to me,” he wrote.
“These are desperate and despicable tactics being employed to gather support for themselves by a desperate and despicable government.
“I remain totally committed to opposing the Buhari administration and the APC and I would NEVER suggest to anyone to join them to move Nigeria forward.”