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Fani Kayode ‘Buhari government is a plague,’ Ex-minister says

Former aviation minister, Femi Fani-Kayode has described the Muhammadu Buhari administration as a plague.

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Former aviation minister, Femi Fani-Kayode has described the Muhammadu Buhari administration as a plague.

Fani-Kayode also accused Buhari of promoting an ungodly ethnic and religious agenda.

The former minister made the comments via his Twitter handle today, August 12, 2016. He said:

“Polio back, Nigeria no longer the largest economy in Africa: this gov. is a plague. They bring nothing but sickness, poverty and hardship."

“They are an affliction that thrive on the suffering of the people. They are the incubus and succubus spirits that feed on the nation’s glory and that suck the life out of the people.

“Their motivation is pure and unadulterated hate and their objective is to impoverish Nigeria, to silence the opposition, to intimidate and enslave the people, to satisfy their insatiable lust for power and to impose a hideous and ungodly ethnic and religious agenda.

“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.”


Fani-Kayode had earlier accused Buhari of supporting only Northern interests.

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Nigeria witnessed a resurgence of Polio after the World Health Organization (WHO) announced, on August 11, that it had identified new cases of the disease in Borno State. The country had been polio-free for two years before the new outbreak was discovered.

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