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Boycotting of ECOWAS meets over Israeli PM, Is Nigeria a Muslim Country? - Fani-Kayode


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The former minister of Aviation, Mr. Femi Fani-Kayode has lent out his voice concerning the boycotting of the ECOWAS Heads of Government meeting with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu by the Buhari/Osinbajo led government.

Abacityblog recalled that Nigeria was intentionally absent from the 51st ECOWAS Summit of Heads of State and Government held in Liberia’s capital Monrovia.

The two day summit, which started on Saturday, was attended by Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu. He will be the first non-African leader to ever address an ECOWAS Summit and also the first Israeli leader to visit West Africa since the 1960s.

Reacting over the absenteeism of the Nigerian government, which is currently piloting by Professor Yemi Osinbajo, as the Acting President, Kayode frowned, how Osinbajo could make such costly mistake, as a Christian and someone who knows full well the implication of boycotting the meet.

According to him, Nigeria is not a Muslim country, rather a modern, plural, 21st century, multi-religious, multi-cultural and multi-racial secular state in which over 90 million Christians love and adore the great nation of Israel.

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In his social media page, Kayode said;

Mark this: the boycotting of the ECOWAS Heads of Government meeting with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu by the Buhari/Osinbajo government marks the beginning of the end for them.

It may also mark the beginning of the end for Nigeria. It has resulted in a deep and debilitating spiritual wound.

We are not a Muslim country but rather a modern, plural, 21st century, multi-religious, multi-cultural and multi-racial secular state in which over 90 million Christians love and adore the great nation of Israel.

For Acting President Osinbajo particularly, who lays claim to being a Pastor and a believer, to snub and insult the Jewish state in this way is not only disappointing but also shameless, reprehensible and deeply repugnant.

Is his fear of the cabal greater than his fear of God?

He knows the spiritual implications of what he has done even if he will not admit to them publicly.
The bible says "what profiteth a man to gain the world and lose his soul?"

Let us wait and see those implications manifest and the consequences of his action unfold.


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