Fani Kayode drums support for Buhari

Former Aviation Minister and member of the People’s Democratic Party, PDP, Femi Fani Kayode has commended President Muhammadu Buhari for boycotting the World Economic Forum.

Fani Kayode applauded the President Buhari on Twitter after the President announced that Nigeria would not participate in the ongoing summit taking place in Cape Town, South Africa.

The former Minister who has never hidden his dismay for the Buhari-led administration said, that external affairs like Xenophobia should be handled in unity.

The controversial politician further urged the President to ensure that “South African pays dearly for her insolence and Barbarity.”

He wrote, “I commend the FG and
for boycotting the World Economic Forum. When it comes to the SouthAfrican matter we must set our differences aside and stand as one. The FG has taken a good first step but must do far more.SouthAfrica must pay dearly for her insolence and barbarity!”

It will be recalled that the Chairman and founder of Zenith Bank, Jim Ovia also boycotted the WEF summit in South Africa.

Meanwhile, Nigerians have burnt down offices and mast of telecommunication giants, MTN, in retaliation to the one-week-long Xeneophobic attacks of Nigerians and other African nationalities in South Africa.

Laila’s News learned that other African countries like Zambia and Ethiopia have started evacuating their citizens from South Africa.

Several South African companies like Multichoice, MTN and Shoprite have shut down following the retaliatory attacks in Nigeria.

Nigerians have been warned to desist from any retaliatory attack or face the wrath of the law.

The Federal Capital Territory Minister, FCT, Mallam Muhammad Bello has further assured South Africans of their safety, adding that the people of the FCT are honoured to have them working and living in the Territory.


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