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"President Buhari Would Be Wise Not To Condemn Israel, Otherwise A Terrible Price Will Be Paid" -FFK

The former Aviation minister, Femi - Fani Kayode has today on behalf of President Muhammadu Buhari dropped a stand he believes the the latter would take on the issue of support solicited for from President Recep Erdogan of Turkey.

Recall it was alleged few days ago that, President Erdogan put a phone call across to President Buhari Muhammadu, asking him to support Turkey in the ongoing attack of Israel on Jerusalem and Gaza(a city in Palestine). Recep confidently believes that Nigeria would support him and go against Israel, hence the phone call.

Following the call for support by the Turkey's President and the absence of decision from President Buhari on the issue, FFK thought it wise to allege the position that Nigeria will take on the issue.

while submitting his tweet, he first asked the President of Turkey to leave Nigeria out of any conflict that may be going on between Israel and Philistine. He also stated that, if he has any plans of teaching Israel any lesson, he should do that alone without involving Nigeria. In addition, he said that, he is sure that PMB would not go against Israel, if not, a steep price will be paid.

"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."

In Femi- Fani Kayode's effort to buttress his point further, he opined that, Israel is an undefeatable country. He also submitted that, any effort made by Nigeria to go against Israel can result to the division of the country and possibly an eruption of Civil War.

The tweet produced some mixed reactions from those who saw it. Read them in the screenshots below:

What do you think about what FFK tweeted? Do you agree with him?

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