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  • NAIJA NEWSFemi Fani Kayode Threatens To Move Motion For Yoruba Independence From Nigeria

  • Politician and lawyer, Femi Fani Kayode has threatened to move the motion for Yoruba Oduduwa’s independence from Nigeria.
    Femi Fani Kayode, the former minister of Aviation, Nigeria took to his twitter page to threaten to move the motion Oduduwa’s independence from Nigerian colonial rule. He recalls that in August 2nd, 1958 my father, Chief Remi Fani-Kayode, successfully moved the motion for Nigeria’s independence from British colonial rule.
    On August 2nd 1958 my father, Chief Remi Fani-Kayode, successfully moved the motion for Nigeria’s independence from British colonial rule. If the Fulanisation and Islamisation agenda continues I shall move the motion for Oduduwa’s independence from Nigerian colonial rule.
    Like his father, FFK believes this motion can be successfully moved if the Fulanisation and Islamisation agenda he claims Nigeria is currently practising on continues.
    On Monday, Femi Fani-Kayode, FFK, has debunked reports that stated President Muhammadu Buhari has approved the establishment of state and local police. FFK tweeted:
    Pls don’t get too excited. Take it from me @MBuhari will NEVER approve or implement state and LGA police for Nigeria and neither will any other Fulani leader with the possible exception of @atiku. The assertion that he has approved state police is a lie from the pit of hell.
    A recommendation was made and a ceremony took place. Approval and implementation is different to the recommendation. This is what they call “taqqiya” meaning “deception”. Give the people the impression that u will do what they want but never actually do it. That is what is going on.
    Femi Fani-Kayode
    @realFFK
    On August 2nd 1958 my father, Chief Remi Fani-Kayode, successfully moved the motion for Nigeria's independence from British colonial rule.
    If the Fulanisation and Islamisation agenda continues I shall move the motion for Oduduwa's independence from Nigerian colonial rule.
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