A former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode has launched a series of attacks on the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari.
Fani-Kayode, in his characteristic caustic and critical manner, in his reaction to the return of polio to the country and the loss of the number one position in the league of African economies, the spokesman of the Jonathan/Sambo Presidential Campaign, said the Buhari administration brings nothing but sickness, poverty and hardship.
According to him, the government of President Muhammadu Buhari “is the incubus and succubus spirits that feed on the nation’s glory”.
Fani Kayode stated this in a series of tweets on his twitter handle @ realFFK, while also praying that President Buhari finds oil in commercial quantity in the core north.
He tweeted: “My prayer for Nigeria is that oil is found in commercial quantities in the core north. I am glad that @MBuhari is looking for it desperately.
“If he finds it, he and the north will be the first to call for a breakup of the country. If he fails to find it, they will continue to be the greatest obstacle to the restructuring of our nation and they will continue to provide the greatest opposition to the peaceful division of our country. Why? Because without southern oil, the north is nothing,” he tweeted.
Fani-Kayode, who spent several weeks in detention over allegations that he received funds allegedly sourced from the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, for 2015 for presidential election, further tweeted: “Polio back, Nigeria no longer the largest economy in Africa: this government is a plague. They bring nothing but sickness, poverty and hardship.
According to the former minister, the Buhari administration is an affliction that thrives on the suffering of the people.
“Wickedness is their forte, the abuse of power is their modus, brute force is their language and lies, deceit and propaganda are their weapons of warfare.
They are nothing but bullies and fascists and like all bullies and fascists their end will come”, he tweeted.
Read his tweets below:
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