Buhari Has Divided Nigeria, says Fani Kayode

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Former minister of Aviation, Femi Fani Kayode has reiterated his lack of hate on the person of President Muhammadu Buhari but for his government, stressing that his administration has introduced Fulani and Islamist agenda into the country.

Recall that Buhari was re-elected as president of Nigeria in February 2019 after defeating presidential candidate for the People’s Democratic Party, Atiku Abubakar by 15.3 million votes as against the 11.3 million votes for the PDP.

The President’s 2015 change agenda has however experienced shortcomings as the country over the past five years has experienced a series of incessant killings, degradation of her economy, and increase in corruption.

While speaking on Live Chat with Josey, Fani Kayode said Buhari has not taken the war against Boko Haram seriously adding that the President has literally released Boko Haram prisoners more than anybody in the country, re-integrated them into the army, and shared objectives with them.

“In my view, President Buhari shares some objectives of Boko Haram, he said many years ago that he wants to spread Sharia throughout Nigeria, he said an attack on Boko Haram is an attack on the North, he said Muslims should vote for only Muslims “.

He further added that Buhari has encouraged the Fulani herdsmen as he had failed to bring them to justice.

“Apart from Boko Haram, the first and most powerful terrorist organization in the world according to the International Terrorism Index is the Fulani Militants know as the Fulani herdsmen, President Buhari has encouraged them, he has refused to bring them to justice because he happens to be a Fulani himself and like the Boko Haram, they have killed, slaughtered, burnt tortured and killed children and women all over the country”.

When asked if he was part of Buhari’s government would he criticize it the way he did, he said “God forbid I take a position with a government that is indecisive and has Islamic and Fulanizaton tendencies”.

It’s been Five years of Buhari’s administration and blames are still thrown on the Goodluck Jonathan led administration for their woes.



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