PDP Chieftain and former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, has revealed the reason why he does not like and would continue campaigning against President Buhari’s administration, as the refusal of the government to declare Fulani herdsmen as terrorists.
The former Minister made this known as he spoke as a guest on AIT’s television programme, the Weekend show on Saturday morning. According to Fani-Kayode, the President has continued to offer protection to the violent herdsmen as against other citizens of the country.
He said that other countries of the world have declared the herdsmen as “Fulani Terrorists”, but that the President Buhari-led administration has refused to do the same but would rather give protection to the herdsmen who go on to continue killing Nigerians.
Watch a video of the interview below:
When asked what his thoughts were as regards RevolutionNow, Fani-Kayode said that he was in full support of the group and Omoyele Sowore, its leader, as he added that the group was only expressing its grievance in a legitimate way and should be allowed carry on.
“People have the legitimate right to come out and say whatever they want to say under freedom of speech. Protest is legitimate in every society. It’s done everywhere in the world! You bow to the will of the people, you listen to them, you don’t lock them up or charge them with treason”, he said.
He added that the government was only abusing power by arresting Sowore. “You don’t start locking up people because they say they want revolution. Doing that will amount to killing a fly with hammer.”
He as well accused President Buhari himself and the national leader of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu of coming out to call for revolution in 2013.
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2 thoughts on “Video: FFK Reveals Why He Dislikes Buhari In Explosive Interview”
Oga efiwon sole enikeni ninu won toba NSE ojusaju ninu won nitori owo ati contract tiwon nrigba lagbara olorun oju gbogbo won no awon omo won mafo sable Ku ninu odun yi, Ase ntedumare
To me it’s against constitutional right because from section 45 above in the Nigeria constitution it’s stated bolding there that we have right to speak. In term of projecting to war I may say yes 25 percent bcoz the words that they might have use can gear up the illiterate Nigerians who doesn’t understand the interior motive of the protest. To me as individual I advised the government to grant him freedom and give him right to speak up but not to use that will violet the Constitution.
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