Reacting to President Donald Trump’s viral ‘shithole” outburst which led to worldwide outrage, PDP chieftain and former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode in his tweet, acknowledged we are shitty down here in Nigeria.
In his tweet, Femi Fani-Kayode, said we have a shithole President who delights in cows more than humans, and delights in the slaughter of his people.
His tweet read;
Nigeria may not be a “shithole” country but we certainly have a “shithole” President that values the life of cows more than human beings and that delights in the slaughter of his own people.
It is only in a “shithole” country that the Pres. values the life of cows more than that of human beings. It is only in a “shithole” country that he can travel abroad and call his people “criminals” and that he can clap when a foreign leader calls them “fantastically corrupt”.
The bitter truth is that we are a “shithole” country, with a “shithole” govt. and a “shithole” President. It is left for us to clean up our shit, wash our arse, flush Buhari down the toilet, open the windows, get rid of the stench and make Nigeria a cleaner and better place.
When Tunde Bakare, Wole Soyinka, Dele Momodu and others that supported and helped u to come to power in 2015 condemn the genocidal practices of ur Fulani footsoldiers and mass murderers u know that ur end is near. The innocent blood they spill cries out for vengeance against u!
During immigration negotiations on Thursday with lawmakers in the Oval Office, Donald Trump asked: “Why are we having all these people from s***hole countries come here?” in reference to Haiti, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Honduras and African countries in the temporary protected status program.
However White House has reacted to Donald Trump’s comments, which reportedly shocked lawmakers in attendance at the meeting at the White House.
In response, he claimed some of the claims were “made up by Dems” and added “probably should record future meetings – unfortunately no trust”.
Trump tweeted: “Never said anything derogatory about Haitians other than Haiti is, obviously, a very poor and troubled country. Never said ‘take them out.’”