A popular known Nigerian politician, Femi Fani-Kayode has taken to his official Twitter page as he reacts against President Joe Biden. On Friday being the 26th of March 2021, it was obvious that FFK allegedly blows hot while reacting against Joe Biden.
Femi Fani-Kayode claims that Joe Biden is suffering from rock-solid, stone-faced dementia and within a year Joe will be declared unfit to lead. According to him, he noticed this after he watched Joe Biden's press conference.
“I watched Joe Biden's press conference, and it is obvious that the man is suffering from rock-solid, stone-faced dementia” — FFK Says.
He further claims that a lady identified as Kaballa Kundalini Kamalla (AKA Jezebela the Luciferean) is waiting to take over from president Joe Biden.
“Kaballa Kundalini Kamalla (AKA Jezebela the Luciferean) is eagerly waiting in the wings to take over. Within a year Joe will be declared unfit to lead” — FFK Says As He Ends His Tweet.
Here Is The Screenshot Of His Tweet:
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