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Fani-Kayode States Implication Of Taliban Attack In Afghanistan On Nigeria




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Former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, has disclosed the implications of the Taliban taking over government in Afghanistan on the Nigerian security structure.

Fani-Kayode in series of posts on his Twitter account noted that the crisis in Afghanistan is an indication that Nigeria should not depend on the United States, in their fight against terrorist groups in the country.

The Peoples Democratic Party chieftain called on Nigerians to join hands together to fight against terrorism.

Naija News had earlier reported that the Taliban in Afghanistan took over the government, 20 years after the US chased them out.

The development has seen the president flee the country.

The President, Ashraf Ghani while giving the reason for fleeing the country said, he fled his country to avoid a “bloodbath”, acknowledging that “the Taliban have won”.

Fani-Kayode in his tweets wrote, “20 years after the Americans drove the Taliban out of power in Afghanistan and after spending trillions of dollars to stop them from returning, the war against Islamist terror in that country has been lost. Kabul has finally fallen to the Taliban and the Afghan Pres. has fled out of the country. This is a victory of evil over good.”

“The implications for millions of Afghans are obvious and the implications for the entire region and the international community are legion.”

“As from today Islamist terrorist groups all over the world will have massive financial, logistical and moral support from a strong Islamist Government in Afghanistan. Apart from that, millions of Afghan men who refuse to accept the dictates of the Islamists and jihadists will be executed and millions of Afghan women and girls will be enslaved.”

“Two lessons can be learnt from this. Firstly we must NEVER rely on the Americans or the international community to defend our nation from the terrorists that are ravaging our land and instead we must do it ourselves.”

“Secondly, we must come together, unite, forget our differences & collectively fight and resist the scourge of Islamist terror that has plagued our land. May God NEVER allow Boko Haram, ISWAP, the foreign Fulani militias or any other terrorist organisation to fly their flag over our nation, take over our nation’s capital, defeat our Armed Forces and conquer Nigeria.”

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