…By Henry George for TDPel Media.
Former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, took to his verified Twitter page to ridicule Nigerian pastors and prophets who had predicted that Bola Tinubu would not be inaugurated as the President of Nigeria.
During the campaign period, some clerics made prophecies suggesting that the former Governor of Lagos State would not assume the presidency on May 29.
Speculations ranged from predictions of Tinubu’s demise on the parade ground to his arrest by security operatives.
In response to these prophetic claims, Fani-Kayode condemned those who had made such assertions about Tinubu.
He referred to them as false prophets and agents of Satan.
Quoting a verse from the Holy Bible, specifically Lamentations 3:33, he questioned the credibility of those who confidently declared that Tinubu would not be sworn in and boldly proclaimed someone else would take his place.
Expressing his contempt, Fani-Kayode called out these prophets, challenging their whereabouts now that Tinubu has been inaugurated as expected.
He specifically mentioned those who had predicted Tinubu’s arrest and demise, stating that their predictions had proven false.
He concluded his message by admonishing and shaming them for their inaccurate prophecies.
Fani-Kayode’s Twitter remarks reflect his dismissive attitude towards the predictions made by these prophets.
The mockery implies that he sees their prophecies as baseless and lacking credibility in light of Tinubu’s successful inauguration.