Twitter pundit and former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani Kayode, has said that Christian leaders who support President Muhammadu Buhari over Chief Olusegun Obasanjo are pagans, goblins, vampires, werewolves, sorcerers and orcs.
The controversial Peoples Democratic Party’s chieftain who is a staunch critic of the president said these clerics are lost souls and “hell awaits them.”
FFK made these statements while reacting to Femi Adesina’s earlier post stating that “Christian leaders that support OBJ and oppose Buhari are “false prophets, witches, wizards and marabouts”.
Fani-Kayode’s tweet reads;
“Femi Adesina says Christian leaders that support OBJ and oppose Buhari are “false prophets, witches, wizards and marabouts”.
This is false.
The truth is that Christian leaders that support Buhari against OBJ are pagans, goblins, vampires, werewolves, sorcerers and orcs.
They are lost souls, satan’s disciples and the devil’s spawn. The burning fires of hell await them.”
Recall that Adesina, the special adviser on media and publicity to the president had mocked Obasanjo, Atikulators and political “enemies” who had gone both “physical and spiritual” and engaged in a fierce campaign of calumny to discredit his principal.
In an article entitled, “PMB’s second term: Ain’t no stopping us now, we’re on the move Adesina said “the sluice gates of free funds had been slammed shut, and they were unhappy. As dolorous as King Lear at his worst”.
The article continues in part;
“The man came back as a reformed Democrat. He sought to be president in 2003, 2007, and 2011. But those in mortal fear of righteousness in high places banded together, and stopped him. The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) had perfected the art of elections manipulation, and they used it to the hilt.
However, in 2015, there ain’t no more stopping Buhari. A massive coalition for change was built around him, and good Nigerians stood up for the champion. Did he live happily ever after? Not on your lives! The adversaries went after him. Ran, pursued and attempted to overtake. All sorts of things, physical and spiritual, were thrown at him, just to get rid of the man who would not steal, and not allow people to steal.
A debilitating illness came. And for most of 2017, the President was receiving medical attention, both at home and abroad. Instead of goodwill and prayers, they were rejoicing. We’ve finally stopped him, they gloated. But did they? Could they? Not if God was still alive.
Ain’t no stopping Buhari, as in August 2017, he got back his groove. His health rebounded, and he resumed work fully.
But would Pharaoh desist from pursuing Israel? No. He was destined to perish in a watery grave, so he pursued Israel into the sea. They formed what they called a coalition, vowing that they would stop Buhari from winning the 2019 elections. This was after letters had flown around from the master letter writer, virtually commanding the President to dismount from the horse. That letter writer thinks he’s the landlord of Nigeria, as anybody he moved against never survived. He felt he could enthrone and dethrone leaders at will. But the Yoruba people say it’s the day that the witch kills twins that she stops eating meat. The letter writer bit more than he could chew, and it stuck in his throat. He formed a political coalition, it collapsed right in his face. He first adopted a political party to use in his bid to unseat the incumbent, then in act of utter confusion, he abandoned that new party, and went for candidate of the PDP.
The same man he had spent the past 10 years destroying, writing volumes and volumes of verbiage against, he now attempted to sell to Nigerians. Were we fools?
See the grand conspiracy by those who called themselves ‘Atikulators.’ They included former presidents, some retired military top brass, disgruntled senior civil servants, business people, preachers, and the elite, generally. The sluice gates of free funds had been slammed shut, and they were unhappy. As dolorous as King Lear at his worst.
The letter writer mobilized the international community, feeding them with misinformation and disinformation. Fulanization. Islamization, and other creepy concoctions. He was already addressing the PDP candidate as “my incoming President.” Oh, how so very easy to build castles in the air!
Marabouts, witches, wizards, and false prophets masquerading as pastors, bishops, and archbishops also joined the fray. They began to spew falsehood, which they attributed to God. He that sits in Heaven just laughed at them, and held them in utter derision.
All those who were on the wrong side of the law joined the conspiracy. Ex-this, ex-that, who had abused their offices, and were being made to answer questions, crept under the umbrella. They knew if their man won, their cases would die natural deaths. So, for them, it was a matter of life and death…”