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FFK Writes On Government’s Decision To Snub ECOWAS Summit In Liberia

FFK Writes On Government’s Decision To Snub ECOWAS Summit In Liberia

Former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode has spoken against the decision of the Nigerian Government to boycot the 51st ECOWAS Summit of Heads of State and Government, held in Monrovia, Liberia on Saturday.

According to FFK, the Ag, President Should Not Have Boycotted the meeting which had Benjamin Netanyahu, Prime Minister of Isreal in attendance.

He revealed this in a tweet today, adding that the boycotting of the Summit by the present Government has marked the beginning of its end.

He further noted that Nigeria is ‘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’.

Here is what he wrote below;

“Mark this: the boycotting of the ECOWAS Heads of Government meeting with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu by the 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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