Following his released from the custody yesterday ago, the embattled former aviation minister and President Goodluck Jonathan 2015 Campaign Media Director, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode has shallowly shared his experience while in being incarcerated in Kuje prison, Abuja for over two months.
Sharing his experience via his facebook page, Fani-Kayode said;
"I give thanks to God that I am free after 67 days in detention. I thank my wife lawyers children and friends for all their support."
"This was the worst experience of my life but God was with me all the way. I suffered immeasurably but I count it all as joy."
"I am innocent of all charges and I look forward to defending myself vigorously in court. These charges are politically motivated and I have been severely punished for my political views and criticisms of the government."
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"They are trying to silence me, break me, discredit me and destroy but as long as Jesus is on the throne this will never work. I am strong and I am bold and the struggle will continue."
Mr. Fani-Kayode, who was released only a few hours ago after spending 67 days in Ikoyi Prisons, said his arrest and ongoing trial were a handiwork of Mr. Buhari’s government that aimed to “silence me, break me, discredit me and destroy.”
Until Friday, Mr. Fani-Kayode had remained detained since he was first arrested on May 9, 2016, after honouring an invitation from Nigeria’s flagship anti-corruption agency, the EFCC.
Mr. Fani-Kayode was later transferred to Lagos where authorities slammed a 17-count charge on him, mostly bothering on allegations that the one-time Minister of Culture and Tourism benefitted from stolen public funds during the 2015 general elections.
After weeks in detention, Mr. Fani-Kayode was granted a N250 million bail on July 4, but he was still kept in custody pending his meeting the requirements for his bail.