It should be recalled that Vanguard and other print media earlier today published a report where Onaiyekan criticized the election petition tribunal for delaying to kick start hearing on the outcome of the presidential election before them. He also posited that swearing in APC’s Tinubu is an anomaly since his (Tinubu) victory is being challenged in court by Atiku Abubakar and Peter Obi.
Presently, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode, a former minister of Aviation on Thursday, reacted to the submission of the Bishop Emeritus of the Archdiocese of Abuja, Cardinal John Onaiyekan. Fani-Kayode while reacting to Onaiyekan’s opinion, said that ‘nobody can stop a moving train’, noting that Tinubu’s emergence as president-elect ‘is the doing of the Lord and it is marvelous in our sight’.
Fani-Kayode said, "We are well past that stage and you cannot stop a moving train. Those that have hardened their hearts and that have refused to accept God’s will and admonition to let Tinubu and the Nigerian people go shall, like Pharaoh, perish before our very eyes. Those that are filled with bitterness, hate, envy, fury, and rage and that seeks to pursue us into the Red Sea as we make our way to the Promise Land shall be drowned by it."
He added that whether some people like it or not, Tinubu, the president-elect shall be inaugurated as the president of the country on May 29th. He added that those that want him dead or wish him ill shall see the grave long before he does. He concluded by saying, "This is the doing of the Lord and it is marvelous in our sight."
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