Fani-Kayode and Ibrahim have been locked in a war of words since the latter was removed as the governorship candidate of the PDP.
Fani-Kayode and Ibrahim have been locked in a war of words since the latter was removed as the official governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Ondo state.
“Congrats to Eyitayo Jegede, Gov. Mimiko and the PDP in our victory at the Court of Appeal today. Shame on Ali Modu Sheriff and Jimoh Ibrahim,” Fani-Kayode said via Twitter.
“Someone tell Jimoh Ibrahim that if he wasn’t a sodomite he would have been jailed long ago and that he WILL have a case with EFCC after 2019.
“Tell Jimoh the pig that unlike him I do not have a covenant with the devil, I am not a ritualist and I do not sleep in coffins for money.
“Pl tell Jimoh Ibrahim that his over stretched anus from his sodomy activities needs to be stitched up and his schizophrenia must be treated,” he added.
Ibrahim was removed after the Court of Appeal, on Wednesday, November 24, ruled that Eyitayo Jegede was the rightful PDP candidate.
The PDP has been split into two factions; one led by Ali Modu Sheriff and another by Ahmed Makarfi, leading to the forwarding of two names to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).
Jegede was earlier recognized by INEC but his name was removed and replaced with Ibrahim’s after a ruling by Justice Okon Abang of the Federal High Court.