The Minister of Aviation under the Goodluck Jonathan administration, Femi Fani-Kayode, has expressed optimism that power will shift hands come 2023.
The former minister stated that it will take 50 years for power to return to the north after it’s taken from them in 2023.
Fani-Kayode stated this while reacting to the statement by Second Republic lawmaker, Junaid Mohammed who spoke on who will be Nigeria’s next President.
Mohammed in his statement claimed that the north prefers the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, Bola Tinubu, to become Nigeria’s next president, instead of an Igbo man.
Fani-Kayode insisted that the alleged tyranny and arrogance of the North would soon end.
The former minister questioned the claim by Junaid that they prefer Tinubu to be President than Igbo man, he asked the former lawmaker if he is a God to decide.
He further stated that nothing last forever and not even northern tyranny, arrogance and occupation.
“Mark this: once we wrestle power from the core north it will not go back there for at least 50 years. People are fed up with Fulani hegemony and domination.”
“If we remain one nation, the indigenous people of Nigeria and not alien invaders will rule Nigeria for the next 100 years.”