The former minister of Aviation and chieftain of People Democratic Party, Femi Fani-Kayode has attacked the presidency once again on the issue of open grazing.
The outspoken politician took to his Twitter account on Wednesday morning to lash out at the presidency’s comment that Fulani herdsmen have the right to any part of the country.
Fani Kayode said contrary to what the presidency said, no one has the right to bring cows to his land to eat his crop and destroy his harvest in the name of freedom of movement.
The Presidency is wrong. No-one has the right to bring his cows into my land to eat my crops & destroy my harvest in the name of freedom of movement. Your freedom of movement, inclination to bestiality & unnatural love & affection for cows & donkeys does not give u the right to enter my land, come into my home, rape my wife, kill my children, steal my substance and treasure, take over my space, occupy my land and take from me all that is dear to me including my loved ones, family, ancestral lands and life.
He emphasized that the Constitution doesn’t give anybody the right to trample on other people’s inalienable rights and the government should not support such barbaric activities.
“The Constitution does not give anyone that right and neither should our Government be supporting or encouraging the activities of murderous and barbaric terrorists who do nothing but steal, kill and destroy.”