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We Are Weak, Naive And Cowards – Fani-Kayode Slams Southern Leaders



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Former Minister of Aviation Femi Fani-Kayode has lambasted leaders of Southern Nigeria, calling them naive and cowards.

The former Minister was reacting to a statement by Ohanaeze Ndigbo, were the group allegedly described northerners as unreasonable.

In a statement on his Twitter handle on Saturday, the chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) stated that the north cannot be blamed for everything southerners face.

He noted that if northern domination must be stopped southerners need to accept the fact that they must be united.

Fani-Kayode wrote: “There is no future for Nigeria: northerners are unreasonable and unrealistic”-Ohanaeze Ndigbo

“I am amongst the strongest critics of northern hegemony and domination and nothing is happening today that I did not say would happen if Buhari was elected President both in 2015 and 2019.

“Yet the truth is that we cannot blame everything on the north because southern leaders are their own worse enemies. We are weak, divided, petty, ignorant, gullible, naive, petty and cowardly.

“Worse of all we behave like crabs in a basket: always pulling one another down and always attempting to eclipse and destroy our own brightest stars.

“Northern hegemony and northern domination are manifest in every sphere and sector of the Nigerian space only because of the ever-grovelling, ever-slavish, ever-quivering, ever-quarrelling and ever-snivelling southern leaders, who are so comfortable with betraying and abandoning their own mid-stream, gladly allow it.

“If we want things to change the first thing that we need to do is to accept the fact that southern unity, southern commonality of purpose, southern fraternity, southern co-operation and southern cohesion and understanding are fundamental pre-requisites to southern emancipation.

“The secret to the remarkable success of the north is their wholehearted appreciation of the power of unity and the importance of furthering their collective interest regardless of political party affiliation.

“This is something that the south appears to be simply incapable of appreciating, achieving or enjoying. We are our own worse enemies.”