Yoruba Leaders Want To Be President/ VP In 2023 That’s Why They Keep Quiet And Tolerate This – Fani Kayode

Fani Kayode

The crisis between the Southwest people and the Fulani’s herdsmen has caused a lot of confusion in the country as national leaders laid down their advice to the two parties on what to do concerning the conflict. The conflict which was stirred up by Sunday Igboho and other Southwest governors who initially gave a seven days ultimatum quit notice to the Fulani’s herdsmen.

Following the crisis in the Southwest, the former Minister of Culture and Tourism Femi Fani Kayode has blasted all the Southwest governors for keeping silent on the killing and kidnapping done by the herdsmen in the state. He said that it was because they are looking forward to contesting for the 2023 presidential campaign.

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He stated that according to the constitution no one has the right to kill or turn the Southwest into a bloody field. Yoruba’s is not different from others and they should not be treated like sacrificial animals ready to be slaughter. He also appreciates Governor Rotimi Akeredolu, Sunday Igboho, Professor Banji Akintoye, Nnamdi Kanu, Afenifere, SOKAPU, and other Middle Belt Leaders Forum (SMBLF), who have said one or two words concerning the kidnapping and killing done by the Fulani’s herdsmen.

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