Fani-Kayode: If The Yoruba Were Visited By Genocide, We’ll Not Be Talking Of One Nigeria

The former minister of aviation and PDP Chieftain, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode, has said that Nigerians will not be talking of one nation if the genocide that the Igbo and the Middle Belt were subjected to were visited on the Yoruba just as he asked where did we go wrong in Nigeria?

Fani-Kayode made this known on his Twitter handle on Saturday he said “If the genocide that the Igbo and the Middle Belt have been subjected to were visited on the Yoruba we would not be talking about one Nigeria today.Until you are subjected to genocide yourself you cannot possibly appreciate the pain of its victims and their yearning for freedom.”
He also lamented that ‘in a civilised society the state takes care of the weak, the young, the vulnerable, the needy and the old whilst creating an enabling environment for the strong to create wealth and flourish. Consider the Swedish, Danish and Norwegian models. Where did we go wrong in Nigeria?

 

 

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Fani-Kayode: If The Yoruba Were Visited By Genocide, We’ll Not Be Talking Of One Nigeria

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