Former Minister of Justice, Femi Fani-Kayode has reacted to President Muhammadu Buhari’s statement, saying the killing of Christians in Nigeria is a common blood sport which shall continue as long as he is the President.
This is coming on the heel of the article written by the President in a Christian Magazine, saying 90% of the Boko Haram terrorists are 90% Muslims.
“Indeed, it is the reality that some 90 percent of all Boko Haram’s victims have been Muslims: they include a copycat abduction of over 100 Muslim schoolgirls, along with their single Christian classmate; shootings inside mosques; and the murder of two prominent imams,” he wrote.
“It is a simple fact that these now-failing terrorists have targeted the vulnerable, the religious, the non-religious, the young, and the old without discrimination. And at this point, when they are fractured, we cannot allow them to divide good Christians and good Muslims from those things that bind us all in the sight of God: faith, family, forgiveness, fidelity, and friendship to each other.
“The terrorists today attempt to build invisible walls between us. They have failed in their territorial ambitions, so now instead they seek to divide our state of mind, by pulling us from one from another—to set one religion seemingly implacably against the other.
“Of course, there is much of Christianity and Islam—both in teaching and practice—that are not the same. Were that not so, there would be no need for the separateness of the two religions.”
Reacting, Fani-Kayode, a staunch critic of the President wrote: “90% of Boko Haram victims are Muslim”- Buhari. This is a lie. The overwhelming majority of communities that BH targets are Christian.The same with the Fulani militias. The killing of Christians in Nigeria is a common blood sport which shall continue as long as Buhari is President”, he tweeted.
“90% of Boko Haram victims are Muslim”- Buhari
This is a lie.The overwhelming majority of communities that BH targets are Christian.The same with the Fulani militias.The killing of Christians in Nigeria is a common blood sport which shall continue as long as Buhari is President
— Femi Fani-Kayode (@realFFK) February 4, 2020