Former spokesperson of the PDP Presidential campaign, Femi Fani-Kayode
has also reacted to president Buhari’s statement today, in response to
his wife’s BBC interview.
“When our President can get up and tell the whole world all the way from
distant Germany that his wife “belongs to the kitchen, the living room
and the other room” simply because she dared to speak her mind to the
BBC then you know that he is in the grip of something evil and that
demons are speaking through him.
It is all part of the spiritual dimension of living in the Villa that Abati was referring to in his essay.
President’s mind has become twisted and he is now posessed by strange
and powerful entities. A man that can say that about his own wife
publicly can kill his own children. He needs a lot of prayer.”
See the comment a Twitter user made in reply to his tweets