Fani Kayode and Reno Omokri has reacted after Femi Adesina, special adviser to the Buhari, defended Buhari over Boko Haram Killing of CAN chairman.
Odince blog reported that Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN) has accused the Buhari administration of colliding with Boko haram terrorists, masterminding the killing of Christians in Nigeria. READ HERE
Recall That Femi Adesina called out the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), asking them not to ”mix bias and sympathy” following the recent beheading of Reverend Lawan Andimi, the Chairman of CAN in Michika Local government area of Adamawa state by Boko Haram insurgents. accused the Christian leaders of painting Buhari as an ”anti-christian” stating that “security is number one on the priorities of the Buhari administration” READ HERE
FANI KAYODE REACTS:
Femi Adesina is morally bankrupt. Worse still he has sold his soul to Satan. How can a man who claims to be a Christian attempt to defend the indefensible & insult CAN? The blood of Rev. Andimi & every Christian killed by BH & the Fulani are on his hands & the hands of his boss.
RENO OMOKRI REACTS:
It was heartbreaking listening to @Femadesina talk down on CAN over their response to the beheading of Rev. Lawan Andimi. No sensitivity. No concern. They are in mourning and Femi insulted them on top of it. What @GarShehu will NEVER do you NSCIA!
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