Popular Nigerian politician and chieftain of opposition party, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Femi Fani Kayodi has on his twitter account, shared a video of former Nigeria President, Olusegun Obasanjo during in tenure ordering the force to shout at Oodua Peoples Congress (OPC).
FFK in the post questioned why President Muhammadu Buhari can't take much a decision towards banditry in the country. He added that although he was against the move by the former President's decision, OBJ still went ahead with it.
See how Nigerians are reacting to this!
Solar ", Fani kayooodeee!! The soldiers who are fighting BOKO HARAM and other terrorists in North, what are they doing to them? Rear them? When terrorist attacked Borno governor, what did security do? Maybe u want soldiers to enter kaduna market and shoot everyone there as terrorist."
Nnamdi Chibuzo "Who made him president from prison? He was a Fulani puppet at the time. It wasn't OBJ that made the decision. He was acting out a Fulani script."
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