Former Aviation Minster, Femi Fani-Kayode has again come under heated criticism after saying that Tinubu's presidency is not Goin to deter the agitation for the creation of a Yoruba Nation.
His comments are coming in the wake of rumored endorsement of the ex-governor'# presidential ambition by Afenifere.
Afenifere, the Pan Yoruba group has however denied endorsing Bola Ahmed Tinubu for president.
Fani-Kayode had written, "The agitation for Oduduwa Republic cannot be deterred or dissuaded by a Tinubu Presidency. As a matter of fact a Tinubu Presidency will only further strengthen the resolve of the separatists.This is because no-one is more hated by the Yoruba nationalists than Bola Ahmed Tinubu."
In some of the reactions that followed his statement online, @ichiennanyelugo replied, "Mr Man pls go and sleep and stop ranting. Is this how low u are because u need an appointment from him that is why u think he can solve zoogeria problem."
Prince as well said, "Hahahaha hahahaha Confused man are you no longer building Bridges??? God have mercy on your hypocrisy."
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