It was reported hours ago that the Turkish President, Recep Erdogan had phoned Buhari, seeking for Nigeria's support for Palestine. He said that following the latest attacks by Isreal, he expects Nigeria to show solidarity with Palestinians. He also told President Buhari that he is trying to get International communities to teach Isreal a lesson.
FFK has recently recently reacted to this on Twitter and he told Buhari what he feels is the wise thing to do. He told the Turkish President to leave Nigeria out of his war with Isreal and his attempt to teach Isreal a lesson. Then he said that the wise thing President Buhari would do is to not condemn Isreal or join in any reckless adventure against the country.
He also stated that every Christian in Nigeria supports and prays for Isreal. With full confidence, he declared that Isreal can and will never be defeated rather she will bring all her enemies to her knees.
At the end of his post, he told everyone to remember what happened to Labanon in the 1980s and 1990s saying God forbid it will happen in Nigeria.
See how Nigerians responded to his post on Twitter. Many supported FFK and Advised the president to remain neutral
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