Femi Fani-Kayode has described President Buhari as a venal and malevolent leader who God has rejected
The ex-Aviation minister says Buhari’s government is that of pyschopaths, ethnic supremacists, radical Islamists, skull & bone diviners & voodoo merchants
Fani-Kayode has always been a staunch opposer of the current government
Femi Fani-Kayode, Nigeria’s former aviation minister, in the early hours of Sunday, April 30, slammed President Muhammadu Buhari’s government.
In a twitter outburst, Fani-Kayode said Buhari runs a government of psychopaths.
“Buhari is venal and malevolent. He is a govt. of pyschopaths, ethnic supremacists, radical Islamists, skull & bone diviners & voodoo merchants,” he wrote.
Fani-Kayode also posted on his Facebook page: “President Muhammadu Buhari is venal and malevolent. He has been rejected by the Living God.
“His is a government of pyschopaths, ethnic supremacists, radical Islamists, skull and bone diviners and voodoo merchants.
“We are entering the end game. Everything is coming to a head. The next few months will be instructive and critical. Much will happen.”
The reason for his outburst is unknown, but it could be connected to the recent outrage in some parts of the country, following revelations of lopsided recruitment into the Department of State Service (DSS).
Earlier, We reported that the latest DSS recruitments were heavily skewed in favour of the north and in particular, Katsina, the home state of President Buhari and the Director-General of the DSS.
It was gathered that 51 of the 479 new recruits came from Katsina, which is more than the 42 new cadets recruited from the six South-South states.
Whereas Katsina had 51 new cadets, the distribution in the six South-South states is as follows: Rivers 7, Delta 8, Edo 6, Cross River 9, Bayelsa 7 and Akwa Ibom, 5. Lagos, the state with the highest population had 7 while Kano which follows had 25 and was closely followed by Kaduna with 24 and Bauchi, 23 cadets.
The presidency however claimed the recruitment details were analysed out of context.The presidency’s reaction was contained in a statement which curiously had no name attached to it.