Nigeria: I don’t hate the Igbos, Proof…I love sleeping with Igbo women – Fani Kayode

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Aug 14th, 2013
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” I was not a tribalist when I had a long-standing and intimate relationship with Miss Bianca Onoh, an igbo lady, who many years later married Ojukwu and who is now our Ambassador in Spain. I was not a tribalist when I had a long-standing and intimate relationship with Miss Chioma Anasoh, another igbo lady, who I almost took as a second wife. I was not a tribalist

when I had a long-standing and intimate relationship with Miss Adaobi Uchegbu, another igbo lady, who was exceptionally close to me and who is now at the National Headquarters of the ruling PDP… I was not a tribalist when I wrote an essay, just two years ago, extolling the virtues of igbo women and telling the world about their sudden and meteoric rise and how far they had gone in the power circles of this country in the last 10 years….Yet now I am a tribalist because I spoke the truth about our history and who the yoruba are.” ————Femi Fani Kayode

The above quote is extracted from a facebook post today by Mr Femi Fani Kayode, Former Minister of Aviation currently being prosecuted by EFCC for corruption and money laundering.

In an effort to show that contrary to popular “misconception”, he does not hate the Igbos, reeled out a list of prominent Igbo women he has slept (READ had sex) with.

THIS MAN MUST BE PERMANENTLY HIGH ON SOMETHING!

Tochukwu Michael Okonkwo said ” no honorable man would list publicly the names of women he had affairs with in the past. If true, such affairs would have been a private and confidential matter between him and each woman. Why make it public, if not to spite and hurt those women and their families? He showed no respect for the rights of the women and tends to put them in false light. That is despicable, to put it mildly.”

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Cade Adams also said: “I warned those spoiling to fight Fani Kayode for his recent offensive remarks that he is a social gadfly and a fool, that uses the name of his entire race to make himself relevant— Because his name, on its own, don’t worth a kobo…Some brothers argued that his bias and deceitful comments must be debunked immediately else people will start believing it…Now that he has chosen a more disgraceful and shameful path, by humiliating all Nigerian women… Listing names of innocent Igbo women— some married with children…that he claimed to have had SEX with in the past—-Are you guys also going to list the Yoruba women and men you had have SEX with? Benjamin Franklin once said and I quote: “Any fool can criticize, condemn and complain – and most fools do”.

Ahmed Adeleke remarked: Why were all his references circled around extra-marital affairs and philandeering. Where are his good deeds to the tribe, such as scholarships, developmental projects et al!

By the way, he loved each of these women so juch, he failed to marry any of them!

Fani Kayode was continuing his attacks on the Igbo residents of Lagos whom he had declared usurpers in Lagos in an earlier published article, titled “the Bitter Truth About Igbo”.

The article drew heated debates within the Nigerian social media and scores of comments below the article I saw on elombah.com. It also attracted widespread condemnation by Nigerians who saw it as a not so veiled attempt at conscripting other gullible Nigerians against Igbos in Lagos and Nigeria thereby widening the political gap between the neighbour ethnic groups.

Ordinarily, one would have dismissed Fani-Kayode’s vituperations as the ranting of a sick mind because no sane person can celebrate the slaughtering of fellow human beings in their thousands as he did in his notorious article for which he drew the ire of Igbos.

But he is no ordinary Nigerian. For whatever it is worth, he was a Minister of the Federal Republic . Besides, it is becoming apparent that he is not alone in the genocidal sentiment he is espousing. The anti-Igbo sentiment is becoming an industry in Nigeria.

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