A former Aviation Minister, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode has taken to his verified Facebook page to react to the looting happening in South Africa. According to gathered reports, the Zulu tribe is looting shops in a bid to protest against the jailing of former President, Jacob Zuma by the current President, Cyril Ramaphosa. Al Jazeera stated that Jacob Zuma was given a 15-month jail term for Court contempt, adding that he was trying to go against the legal process that requires him to give details about the corruption that happened during his tenure.
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However, his arrest stirred up a commotion among the KwaZulu-Natal (KZN), which has led to the apprehension of 28 people reportedly linked to the looting. While reacting to this, Femi Fani-Kayode took to his verified Facebook page to address the situation and also advised the Nigerian Government on how to prevent such incidents in Nigeria.
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According to FFK, he stated that what is happening in South Africa should be a lesson for Nigeria, adding that due to the persecution of Jacob Zuma, his people have risen to the occasion and over 70 people have been allegedly killed. Speaking further, FFk stated that when you persecute or kill those who are considered as heroes by their ethnic groups, you are waking up a Lion that cannot be controlled. He continued by urging Nigeria to learn from what is happening in South Africa, advising her to be fair and just and not allow divisive actions that can lead to violence or war.
Source: Femi Fani-Kayode via Facebook.
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