Former minister for Aviation, Femi-Fani Kayode has described the government of President Muhammadu Buhari as a threat to democracy.

Kayode made this known through a post on his facebook page in reaction to an order by the presidency directing the Chief Justice of the Federation, Justice Walter Onnoghen, to vacate his seat and prepare for arraignment on criminal charges on Monday.

The former minister who also listed other individuals, mainly in opposition party under corruption trial, described their arraignment as a well orchestrated script.

He wrote; “Deji Adeyanju in custody and being framed with murder.

Dino Melaye in custody and being framed with attempted murder.

Doyin Okupe in custody and being framed with corruption.

Sambo Dasuki in custody and being framed with corruption.

Ibrahim Ek Zak Zaky in custody and being framed with murder.

Nnamdi Kanu in exile and being framed with treason.

Meanwhile the Chief Justice of the Federation has been added to the list. Buhari has directed that he should vacate his seat and prepare for arraignment on criminal charges on Monday.

This is all part of a well-crafted script. The bitter truth is that democracy is dead in Nigeria.

If anyone thinks that Buhari intends to leave power this year or anytime in the near future they need to think again,” he stated.

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