Former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode, has described as animals Nigerians who attacked him after he took to his Twitter deal with to sentence the killing of a Fulani household of six in a village close to Wasinmi, a neighborhood alongside Ife/Ibadan expressway within the state.
Unknown gunmen had stormed the neighborhood over the weekend and killed the members of the family. The explanation for the killing is but to be ascertained. Learn right here.
Reacting to the unlucky incident through his Twitter deal with on Saturday, March 13, FFK wrote
”Gunmen in Osun went to the house of an harmless & defenceless Fulani herdsman & killed him & 6 of his members of the family yesterday. That is barbaric & unacceptable. Those who bask in such merciless & callous acts are as dangerous because the international Fulani terrorists that kill our folks.”
Some Nigerians took offence at his tweet and attacked him. They accused him of defending the Fulanis.
Reacting to the assaults on him through his Twitter deal with this morning, FFK mentioned he helps the killing of criminals whether or not they’re Fulanis or not however won’t ever assist the killing of harmless individuals.
”I make no apology for saying it was unsuitable to kill an INNOCENT & DEFENCELESS Fulani household of 6 in Osun.Those who condemn me for saying this are worse than animals. You CANNOT justify the homicide of INNOCENTS beneath ANY circumstances &being Fulani shouldn’t be a loss of life sentence.
We should not lose our sense of decency& humanity & we should not let our feelings becloud our higher judgement.I assist the killing of TERRORISTS (Fulani or in any other case) however I REFUSE to assist the killing of harmless& defenceless folks, together with ladies & kids, regardless of their tribe or religion and whether or not they’re Fulani, Hausa, Yoruba, Igbo, Ijaw or anything. We will kill those that assault us however we should shield those that select to dwell in peace with us.
The killing of innocents can by no means be described or deemed as a heroic act.”