Posted by Akinwunmi King | 3 August 2019 | 1,242 times
Former Nigerian Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode has challenged the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye, to condemn and renounce President Muhammadu Buhari.
Fani-Kayode, who was reacting to the abduction of the five pastors of the RCCG and the murder of a Catholic priest, on his verified twitter handle, @realFFK, maintained the news of the abduction was a sad one.
According to him, “Five Redeemed Church of God Pastors abducted in Ijebu-Ode. This is so sad. Pastor Osinbajo of RCCG, over to you. Is Buhari still your Messiah?
“Do you still want us to be praying for the Fulani herdsmen? How many more people do they have to slaughter and abduct before your eyes open?” he queried.
Fani-Kayode wrote further, “as a father, how do you think I should feel to hear that five of my children have been kidnapped while on their way to attend the Ministers’ Conference?”- Pastor Enoch Adeboye, RCCG.
“Dear Sir, it is time for you to condemn and renounce Buhari. If not, this madness will NOT stop.”
Reacting to the murder of a Catholic priest allegedly by Fulani terrorists, in Enugu, Friday, the former minister explained that the recent incident provides yet another example of “the barbaric and homicidal disposition of the herdsmen.
“I wonder how clerics like Kukah and Mbaka, who consistently defend the atrocities of these vagrant beasts, feel about this latest act of wickedness.
“Those who target innocent and defenceless women, children and clerics for butchery and slaughter are nothing but cold-blooded killers and wholesale cowards who are too weak and timid to take on real men in battle.
“Gov. Seyi Makinde of Oyo state is a well-bred, well-educated, disciplined, civilised and accomplished man whose intelligence, integrity, fortitude and courage are second to none.
“His passing into law a new Bill in Oyo State curbing the activities of Fulani Herdsmen is an excellent example of his commitment to establishing peace and peaceful co-existence in his state and of protecting his people.
“In him, the Yoruba have a refreshing, rising and bright new star who will provide strong and purposeful leadership over the years. I wish him well!” he tweeted. (Independent)
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