Amotekun: ‘You Need to Be Taken to T.B Joshua’, Fani-Kayode Lambastes Miyetti Allah Secretary

FormerAviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode, has said that the National Secretary, Miyetti Allah Kautal Hore, Saleh Alhassan, needs spiritual deliverance from a popular pastor, Prophet T.B Joshua.

This is a reaction to Alhassan’s position on the creation of th Western Nigeria Security Network codenamed Amotekun.

Alhassan, while speaking as a guest on Channels Television’s Sunrise Daily on Tuesday, likened the initiative to the Oodua Peoples Congress (APC), which he claimed has the history of heinous crimes and killings.

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Reacting via his Twitter page, Fani-Kayode lambasted the National Secretary, saying he is sick in mind, body, spirit, and soul.

He described the initiative as a monster that needs to be tamed before it causes disaster in the country.

“I listened to the National Secretary of Miyetti Allah on @channelstv & I am convinced that he needs to be taken to Prophet T.B. Joshua’s SCOAN Church to get deliverance from the spirit of insanity, bloodlust, arrogance & delusion. The man is sick in mind, body spirit & soul.

“He is the quintessential barbarian: unlettered, unruly, ugly, uncouth, unconscionable, foul-mouthed and incapable of reigning-in and controlling his primitive and sociopathic passions.

“For such a creature to denigrate the people of the SW without any fear of sanction from the FG means only one thing: that the country is being run by a bunch of bloodthirsty & vicious terrorists & savage cattle-rearers whose intention is to push us into a second civil war.”

He, therefore, called for the ban of the group and arrest of its leaders.

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“It is time to not only ban Miyetti Allah but to also arrest all its leaders, bring them to justice & send them back to Futa Jalon & Futa Toro. For those that have blood on their hands to have the nerve to call the sons & daughters of Oduduwa, “illiterates” is a step too far.

“We shall not stand by idly and allow them to insult and denigrate us, and we shall no longer take their insults without an appropriate response.

“Gone are the days when we will simply turn the other cheek. That is what Amotekun is all about!”

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