Saturday, December 13, 2014

2015: Why Nigerians must not vote Buhari - Fani Kayode

Femi-Fani Kayode

A former minister of Aviation, Femi-Fani Kayode in a recent post on his Facebook page rubbished the presidential flag bearer of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Mohammadu Buhari. Read below...

"Major General Mohammadu Buhari has emerged as the APC flagbearer and President Goodluck Jonathan has emerged for the PDP. Now the battle for the soul and future of our nation begins. The forces of light shall surely prevail over the forces of darkness and God's counsel alone shall stand over Nigeria. I stand with Jonathan. Let's get it on.

"Jihadi groups killed more than 5,000 people last month, with Iraq topping the league table of deaths, followed by Nigeria, Afghanistan and Syria.

"In 664 incidents recorded in November by the BBC World Service and researched jointly with King's College London, the overall death toll was 5,042, or an average of 168 deaths per day and nearly twice the number of people who were killed in the 11 September 2001 attacks on America.

"After Iraq, Nigeria, Afghanistan and Syria, Yemen was fifth in the deadly league table, tying with Somalia, with 37 incidents each" - DORO ADEBENTLEY 11 December, Facebook.

"All these and some people still say they want Buhari as President? A man who said, only last year, that "an attack on Boko Haram is an attack on the north"? A man who said, in 2001, that he wants to "spread sharia throughout the federation"? A man who said, in 2001, that Muslims should only vote for Muslims"? A man who said, in 2001, that "why should Christians be concerned when Muslims cut off their limbs under sharia"? A man who said, in 2001, that "after all the limbs that are being cut off are Muslim ones and not Christians, so why should the Christians bother about it"?

"This is the man that some Nigerians are clamouring for to be their President? May God open their eyes and protect them from themselves. May He grant them wisdom and discernment".

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