Former Aviation minister, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode, has lambasted the Archbishop of canterbury, Justin Welby, over comment on President Muhammadu Buhari’s second term bid declaration.
Archbishop Justin Welby, had told President Buhari that he wish him well on his decision to re-contest. He said the Church remain neutral but will pray for you, said that great statesmen are those who run for the good of their country.
Fani-Kayode, reacting in a post on his social media page, wondered why the Bishop did not condemned the killings and human rights violations under President Buhari.
His Post Reads: It is clear to me that this ‘same-sex-marriage-loving’ and confused English Archbishop deserves to be hung, drawn, quartered and burnt at the stake!
Since when did the Church of England and the Archbishop of Canterbury sink so low?
You are associating with a tyrant who is in open collusion and collaboration with Fulani herdsmen and Boko Haram and who has presided over, orchestrated and encouraged the mass murder and slaughter of hundreds of thousands of his own people.
This is a man who has refused to label the Fulani herdsmen terrorists and who has publicly identified with some of the core values of Boko Haram and defended them on numerous occasions in the past.
You say that you are neutral as a Church yet you keep having photo-ops and closed-door meetings with the tyrant and you refuse to condemn him for his gross and barbaric human rights violations, his attacks on and marginalisation of the Christian faith, his contempt for the Church and his hatred for non-Muslims and non-Fulanis. Shame on you!
The attempt by the British government and intelligence agencies, using a discredited and out of touch ‘same-sex-marriage-loving’ ArchbishopJustin Welby, to help to prop up and legitimise a failed tyrant, an ethnic cleanser and a genocidal maniac who hates and kills non-Fulanis, Shia Muslims, IPOB youths and Christians, will fail.