Fani-Kayode Slams Pastor Bakare for Judging Late Singer Mohbad
Former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, has expressed strong criticism of renowned clergyman Pastor Tunde Bakare’s recent remarks about the late Nigerian singer, Mohbad.
Bakare, while delivering a sermon in Leicester, UK, asserted that Mohbad had faced the consequences of his actions, citing his association with certain individuals and his lifestyle.
Defending the Right to Life
In response to Pastor Bakare’s comments, Fani-Kayode took to his social media platform to caution against judging Mohbad’s lifestyle.
He emphasized that every individual has the right to live life on their terms without facing judgment, regardless of their choices.
A Call for Justice
Fani-Kayode argued that, irrespective of whether Mohbad associated with individuals perceived as negative influences or not, he did not deserve to meet a tragic end.
The former minister stressed that the right to life should be upheld, irrespective of one’s friends, lifestyle, name, or appearance.
Investigating the Tragic Demise
In his post, Fani-Kayode questioned the circumstances surrounding Mohbad’s death and urged that the focus should shift towards identifying those responsible for the tragedy.
He emphasized the need for a thorough investigation into the singer’s demise rather than passing judgment.
A Clash of Perspectives
The clash of opinions between Pastor Bakare and Femi Fani-Kayode highlights the broader discourse around the right to life and the importance of withholding judgment while seeking justice in such tragic circumstances.