‘Patrick Sawyer was an evil man on a mission’ Femi Fani Kayode

By IAfrica
In Nigeria
Aug 15th, 2014
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Former minister Femi Fani Kayode took to his Facebook page today to share his thoughts on late Patrick Sawyer, the Liberian who brought the deadly Ebola virus to Nigeria. The disease has so far killed three people Sawyer came in contact with. Fani-Kayode says Sawyer was an evil man with a mission to spread the virus in Nigeria and kill as many people as possible. See what he posted below..

“I disagree with those who have described Patrick Sawyer as a madman. He was not mad at all but just evil. He was a man that was on a mission. That mission was to spread the ebola virus to Nigeria and to infect and kill as many people as possible with it.

He was an evil man with an evil intention and purpose. Worst still he was not working alone. Some people, and I mean rich, powerful and well-connected people, were working with him. As a matter of fact they sent him on the mission. Continue…

They cultivated him, took care of him, paid him, brainwashed him, gave him all that he wanted in life and finally asked him to go on a suicide mission to destroy the lives of others and spread the deadly disease.

This was a clear case of bio-terrorism and Sawyer was simply a pawn in a bigger game and a wider picture. The motive of those who sent him was to spread fear and panic, to kill as many people as possible, to create a need for a solution to the problem, to prepare the ground for a new wonder drug that could cure Ebola, to create a massive market for that drug and to ensure that there would be massive profits from it’s sale.

As usual it is the unbelieving, unprepared, undiscerning and naive Africans that have been used as the prime guinea pigs. When will they stop destroying us and treating us with such contempt? When will they begin to see and treat us as human beings?”.


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