Femi Fani-Kayode, former Aviation Minister, has reacted to the seize of infamous Fulani herdsman, Isikilu Wakili, in Oyo State by members of the Oodua Peoples Congress, OPC.
Fani-Kayode described Wakili because the godfather of terrorism within the Southwest.
Recall that OPC members had captured Wakili within the early hours of Sunday.
The Oyo State Police Command had confirmed the arrest of Wakili in a chat with DAILY POST.
Nonetheless, the previous Aviation Minister, in a collection of tweets, recognized Wakili’s son, Abu because the “enforcer” of the herdsman’s terrorist act.
He alleged that Abu had killed 10 harmless Nigerians and 4 extra after his father was captured.
In accordance with Fani-Kayode: “I congratulate my buddy and brother, Iba Gani Adams, the Aare Ona Kakanfo of Yorubaland and the OPC for the profitable seize of Wakili, probably the most barbaric and infamous overseas Fulani terrorists and cold-blooded killers, within the nation. That is the way in which ahead. Kudos!
“There isn’t a doubt that the newly captured Wakili is the godfather of terrorism within the Southwest. Nonetheless, the enforcer and “exhausting man” of his terrorist cell is his son, Abu. Abu killed 10 harmless souls 3 days in the past and Chief Sunday Adeyemo (Sunday Igboho), who was totally enraged and who despatched photos of their our bodies to me one hour after they had been murdered.
“Sadly, this morning, after the arrest of his father yesterday, Abu has killed 4 extra harmless and defenceless souls. That is unacceptable. The boy is only a heartless and cruel beast and worse of all he’s not even a Nigerian.”
Fani-Kayode urged safety operatives to arrest Abu or ordered that he be shot on sight.
“He, like his father Wakili, along with a lot of the terrorists in our land, is a FOREIGN Fulani and never an area one. I hereby name on the authorities to find, arrest and prosecute Wakili’s son, Abu, instantly or higher nonetheless shoot him on sight,” he added.
‘Wakili is godfather of terrorism in Southwest, his son killed 14 folks’ – Fani-Kayode