By Deborah Mustapha
Chief Femi Fani-Kayode, a former aviation Minister during the Obasanjo/Atiku administration, has blasted Lai Mohammed for saying no hungry man in the country, Nigeria.
“Lie Mohammed says no-one is hungry in Nig. because the FG has disbursed 100 billion nairas to them for food”,
“Now I am convinced that he is one of those that is being used as a guinea pig for Bill Gates’ new Covid19 vaccine. He has been injected and it has affected his mind badly”.
Femi Fani-Kayode made the statement recently on one of his social media accounts as obviously what Lai Mohammed said prompted his action.
However, his action has led many Nigerians to contribute, read;
“The chest is paining me on Lai behalf”, @Bolanle_apex.
@Kingsleythomps, “In a country like the USA and Britain, Lai Mohammed would be nowhere near politics talkless of becoming a politician”.
“APC lying machine well-done oo”, @Donmekuss.
“We shouldn’t be jittery about Lai Mohammed any more, as his name implies so does his speech and besides I don’t think his memories are alright, synonymous with age and always aloof like his master”, @BonnyNnajiofor.
@adetex40, “When people are dying of hunger and suffering… God will punish this man and his generation to come”.
Adding to his tweets while still in the mood of Easter Celebration, he said Thank God that despite this lockdown Nigerian pastors are still reaching out, showing love, encouraging our people, praying for us and standing in the gap.
“They are our first line of defence in this great and historic spiritual battle and it is because of their 1/2”,
“Love, courage, commitment, dedication, prayers & shield of faith that the casualties in our nation are not as high as they could be. I am so proud of them! The counsel of bloodthirsty & evil men shall not stand & the gates of hell shall not prevail against the Bride of Christ”, he submitted.
Leveraging on the look of things, many reacted against Lai Mohammed statement as many poor privileged Nigerians are hungry, live without shelter, nor care neither make the solution to the problems.
However, Nigerians call upon the Federal government to cater for the interest of the people and not their proposed interest, most importantly in this era as lockdown continues and very far from ending.