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FFK blasts Turkish President Erdogan, Advices Buhari Not To Pick Sides between Isreal and Palestine

Currently, the Isreal and Palestine conflict has entered its 7th day as Isreal continues to bombard Gaza to thwart Hamas military presence in Gaza.

The current face-off between both regions has to lead to the loss of lives. Many countries especially in the Middle East and most Arab nations are currently urging Isreal to stop its military action against Palestine.

However, Nigeria as a secular state has sent its message to the Isreal Government, urging for calm and a stop to the current violence on both sides. Recently the President of Turkey, Erdogan called on the Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari urging him to show support and solidarity with the people of Palestine.

However, the statement of the President of Turkey has brought a lot of reactions in Nigeria, as many faults the action of the President, and urge that the Nigerian government do not take sides on the ongoing conflicts, as it may stare a major division in our country.

However, Femi Fani Kayode has made his stance on the current issue. FFK in a tweet on his Twitter page blasts the Turkish President for involving and urging the Nigerian Government to take a side in the ongoing conflict.

He said "President Erdogan of Turkey should leave Nigeria out of his jihad against Israel& his attempt to teach Israel a lesson. President Buhari would be wise not to condemn Israel or join in any reckless adventure against the Jewish state otherwise a terrible price will be paid.

Here is screenshot of his tweets on Twitter below:

Nigerians also reacted to what FFK said on Twitter, Below is a screenshot of their Reactions:


Source: Twitter

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