Fani-Kayode on Sunday made the remarks in a statement by his Special Assistant, Jude Ndukwe, debunking a report which quoted him as saying that the president is leaving legacy of destruction and disaster.
He however, acknowledged that he made the comments on April 25, 2013, during sojourn of Chief Femi Fani-Kayode in the All Progressives Congress (APC).
“His relentless efforts in the course of the campaigns have been acknowledged by resident as well as the generality of Nigerians. The cordial relationship that exists between them is exemplary and legendary.
“We are very much aware that the reason for this latest round of unwarranted scheme by enemies of Nigeria is to sow the seed of discord and create acrimony between the president and one of his most reliable allies in particular, and in the PDP in general. But their plans have since failed.
“We therefore call on all those who are behind this show of shame, and advise them in the strongest terms possible to desist from such acts of cowardice, wickedness, preposterousness and puerility as they blow no one any good wind. We also call on all patriotic and well-meaning Nigerians to ignore such reports and treat them as non-existent whether now or any other time in the future.”
“President Jonathan is our leader and we hold him in very high esteem, accord him the respect he deserves and is very proud to be associated and to have worked for him. The relationship between these two great men remains cordial. No degree of campaign of calumny by misguided elements can change this very fact!”