Falana, Fani-Kayode say Buhari has third term, Northern Muslim agenda, it’s a figment of imagination, group replies
The Periscope reporter
The human rights lawyer, Femi Falana, SAN insinuated that President Muhammadu Buhari has a third term agenda. Former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode has however deconstructed the third term agenda to imply that it was a northern Muslim ticket agenda as was reported Saturday by PMnews online.
Speaking at the Colloquium and public presentation of ‘Testimony To Courage’, Essays in honour of Dapo Olorunyomin, a veteran journalist and the publisher of Premium Times, which on Thursday at Neca Hall, Ikeja Lagos, though, it could not be substantiated, Falana insinuated that Buhari has a third term agenda
“The media must not be silenced. You may have a third term campaign soon. Very soon, they will destroy all possible opponents. And by the time they bring in the third term agenda, the media would have been gone. But we are not going to allow it. No dictatorship can defeat the Nigerian people,” Falana said.
Commenting, Fani-Kayode claimed that Buhari did not have a third term agenda, but a Northern Muslim Agenda.
“My brother Femi Falani SAN has suggested that Muhammadu Buhari has a third term agenda. He is wrong. There is no “third term agenda” but there is a “northern agenda”.
“The plan is to ensure that another core northern Muslim from NE or NW takes over from Buhari to finish what he started,” Fani-Kayode tweeted.
Responding to the allegations, a group led by Hamisu Sardauna, has on Sunday, revealed to the Periscope reporter in Abuja that Falana and Fani-Kayode have simply voiced out their phobic rather disagreed figment of imaginations that were contrary to critical thinking.
“The seeming cynics, the syndicates of unconstructive criticism should search their conscience; the vice president Osinbajo with Tinubu are into activities said to be geared towards 2023 presidential ticket, “isn’t this amounting to a South West agenda to continue the perceived marginalisation exercise in terms of roads, among other capital projects, against the north, pursued by Fashola and others?
“Fani-Kayode is quick to notice that Falana’s third term agenda claim will not make a good market as propaganda product than ethno-religious propaganda could.
Fani-Kayode ought to have asked the compliant to conspiracy clergies who have taken to Northern Muslims hate propaganda as a theology to evangelise, preparatory to 2019 election whether or not, they were able to persuades Nigerian electorates not to decide their mandates between two Fulani Northern Muslim contenders,” Sardauna said..