Nigeria’s former Minister of Aviation and PDP Chieftain, Femi Fani-Kayode has attacked Nigeria’s Vice-President, Yemi Osinbajo following the Fulani herdsmen attack which affected so many families in Plateau State.
Femi Fani-Kayode who described the Vice President as a “very sick man” in new tweets, reacted to Osinbajo’s reported declaration that farmers, who lost family members to herdsmen will be given money.
His tweet reads;
“The farmer’s family that were killed by Fulanis will be given money. If your family member was affected, you qualify for the money – Vice President Yemi Osinbajo.
“Yemi Osinbajo is a very sick man, a very sick man indeed.”
The former Minister who also slammed President Muhammadu Buhari over claims that more people died during the administration of PDP, tweeted;
“More people were killed in Zamfara than in Plateau and Benue put together – Pres. Buhari.
“More people were killed under PDP than under our government”- Femi Adesina.
“All these people want is blood, blood and even more blood for ritual sacrifice. They are killing for power.”
Governor of Imo State, Rochas Okorocha had also alleged that the killings in Plateau and Zamfara States, is beyond religious war.
Okorocha stated that in some of the incidents, both Christians and Muslims were victims. He stated that the country was at the moment passing through very difficult times thereby urging religious leaders across the nation to pray to God for the peace of the country.
The governor made this statement at the 10th Episcopal Anniversary of the Catholic Bishop of Orlu Diocese, Imo State, His Lordship, Most Rev. Augustine Ukwuoma at the Holy Trinity Cathedral, Orlu.
He said: “Initially, I thought that what was going on in some parts of the country was a religious war; but the Plateau and Zamfara killings have shown that what we have in our hands is beyond religious killings.
“In these killings Muslims were killing Muslims and Christians killing Christians. They kill innocent citizens both young and old. And for us Christians, this is the time to pray for peace and love for one another.
“Some people have lost their sense of value for lives with the rate at which blood-letting is going on in this Country.”