Fani-Kayode Identifies Cabal Running Buhari’s Govt
A former Minister of Aviation, Mr. Femi Fani-Kayode has identified the cabal that allegedly hijacked the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration.
It could be recalled that the wife of the President, Mrs. Aisha Buhari recently raised another alarm that some shadowy individuals have hijacked the government from her husband.
Mrs. Buhari has also raised such alarms in the past and even threatened at a point that she will not campaign for the ruling party, the All Progressives Congress [APC].
She said will not go out to vote if things remained same ahead of the 2019 general elections.
Mr. Fani-Kayode reacted to a recent photo of some powerful individuals in President Buhari’s government, whom he still identified as “Jubril”.
[Buhari has been alleged to be substituted with an “impostor”, a certain “Jubril from Sudan, after he was alleged to have died in a London hospital last year.
“This picture says it all. The man sitting on the chair like a modern-day Sheik giving orders with his legs crossed, is Ismaila Isa Funtua, a close confidante of Buhari/Jubril and a Muslim from Katsina State.
“The one sitting next to him is Abdulrahman Dambazzau, a Muslim from Kano state, who happens to be another close confidante of Buhari, who is a former Chief of Army Staff and who is the current Minister of Internal Affairs.
“They are both leading members of the Fulani cabal that currently run our country and that control Buhari/Jubril.
“They and a small handful of others in their cabal, all Muslims and all from the core north, make ALL the decisions affecting our nation today.
“The man standing and bowing like a pliant and servile little slave before the two seated Caliphs is Godwin Emefiele, the Governor of Nigeria’s Central Bank. [See the picture below]
“He is a Christian from Delta state. He is running errands and taking orders from his masters and those that own and run Nigeria.
“This is what we are fighting against and this is what we are seeking to change.
“This picture, more than any words can ever express, prove Nnamdi Kanu’s, Asari Dokubo’s and Adeyinka Grandson’s collective point: that some people believe that they were born to rule our country whilst others are content with being their slaves.
“We must resist this. We must fight it. We must change it.
“We must set Nigeria free from the bondage of ethnic and religious slavery and servitude that has bound her for the last 58 years.
“We must restructure our country and, if the caliphs and our collective oppressors refuse to allow that and let our people go, we must break it,” he concluded