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Fani-Kayode Threatens To Move Motion For Yoruba Oduduwa’s Independence

Former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani Kayode has threatened to move a motion for Yoruba Oduduwa’s independence from Nigeria, if the Colonisation and Islamisation agenda continues.

Fani-Kayode disclosed this on his twitter handle, saying he would be left with no choice than to follow the footstep of his late father, Chief Remi Fani Kayode.

Recalling how his father moved the motion for Nigeria’s independence from the British colonial rule, FFK believes the motion for Oduduwa’s independence can be successfully moved if the Fulanisation and Islamisation agenda he claims Nigeria is currently practicing on continues.

The Politician and lawyer said “On August 2nd, 1958 my father, Chief Remi Fani-Kayode, successfully moved the motion for Nigeria’s independence from British colonial rule. If the Colonisation and Islamisation agenda continues I shall move the motion for Oduduwa’s independence from Nigeria’s  colonial rule.”

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He further said “Every single notable leader from the SW that formed an alliance with the Fulani ended up regretting it and paying a price. From Afonja, to Akintola, to Fani-Kayode, to Awolowo (during the civil war) to Abiola, to Bola Ige and to Obasanjo. Can’t Tinubu learn from history”

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