Is this not a curse at work? Fani-Kayode blasts Buhari for dancing in Uyo, while terrorists capture Baga


Former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode has criticised President Muhammadu Buhari for kicking off his campaign despite the fact that many parts of the country, have been taken over by armed bandits and terrorists.

Buhari, flagged off his campaign at the Goods will Akpabio international stadium in Akwa Ibom state, on Friday amidst reports that Baga, a town in Borno state, has been taken over by Boko Haram – Not to mention, cries from the people of Zamfara state, that their lands are now graveyards for people slaughtered  by armed bandits.

Taking a swipe at the president, the former minister and chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP said it was wrong to have gone ahead to ‘dance on the stage in Uyo’, knowing well that some parts of the country was under siege.

Speaking via Twitter handle on Saturday, the former minister wrote, thus:

Zamfara is on fire and people are being slaughtered like flies by Malian Fulani terrorists. Even the Governor of the state has asked for a state of emergency to be declared! Chibok and Monguno in Borno state are under seige by Boko Haram whilst Baga has fallen and been captured.

All this and Buhari has nothing better to do than to dance on a stage in Uyo stadium and campaign for re-election? Is this not a curse at work?

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