Former minister of Aviation, Femi Fani Kayode has made a controversial post this morning that is likely going to cause mixed reactions from Nigerians online.
The post is controversial in the sense thaf he talked against the killing of innocent lives.
He said that those who kill or take innocent lives are beasts, the post itself is okay but he now posted a picture of Isa Pantami alongside the post.
Isa Pantami is going through a lot already after being accused of having connections with terrorists.
"The shedding of innocent blood & taking of innocent life, whether that blood or those lives be Christian or Muslim or Believer or Unbeliever, is unacceptable. It cannot be justified under ANY circumstances. It is barbaric & reprehensible. Those that derive joy from it are beasts", Femi Fani Kayode says.
Does it mean that Femi Fani Kayode is referring to Isa Pantami as one of the killers?
What exactly does he mean exactly?
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