Femi Fani-Kayode Needs our Love!

by Yahaya Balogun
Femi Fani-Kayode

“Buhari’s son accident, a sign from God for Buhari to resign” – Femi Fani-Kayode
Source: Daily Post

This period calls for national and cultural recompense for people like Femi Fani-Kayode. Men and women of good conscience, goodwill and morally upright in Yorubaland need to swiftly come together to help Mr. Femi Fani-Kayode to regain his sociopolitical, cultural, moral and religious sanity. Yoruba elders must be alive to their responsibilities to tame Femi. Femi’s anti-party, antipathy, anti-morality and egregious behavior seems seriously maniacal. He is fast becoming a liability and encumbrance for a rich Yoruba cultural heritage.

The order day, Igbo people were his Canon fodder and ping pong just because he had a slight disagreement with Bianca Ojukwu, the wife of a revered political juggernaut, Late Odimegwu Ojukwu. Now, it is the other tribe he is roasting in his political cocoons.

Femi relishes in surreptitiously quoting from the Holy Book to buttress his shenanigans. He likes using religion as a wedge to divide ignorant and unsuspecting people who read or listen to him. Femi Fani-Kayode’s political
hanky panky goes beyond rational and moral imagination.

When a man indeliberately lives in the world of his own, oblivious of his lack of morality, decorum and sincerity of purpose, he must be mentally evaluated for Serious Mental Illness. When a man deliberately chooses to cast evil, using the sacred words of God blasphemously, and to indirectly cast aspersions on himself and others, the man needs urgent reprieve and psychosocial attention to prevent massive damage to himself and to the society. Femi Fani-Kayode’s behavior goes beyond political expediency. Femi’s unchecked utterances show a man with diarrhea of the month, mental imbalance and nihilistic tendency. His vomiting tantrums are contagious. His constant vomits must be decontaminated before they become epidemic issues amongst people around him.

Baba Iyabo must bring his conscripted scion, and a political child to under direct order and care. Femi’s continued jettisoning and ostracization by Baba is bringing Baba and the household of Femi into cultural, political and national disrepute. Though, a lot people are taking him (FFK) very unseriously. People’s quietness for Femi Fani Kayode these days means a better lull and a deep silence for a fool. Yoruba people are not known to leaving a hapless and helpless child alone on the perfidious and treacherous

When a sociopath lives in a ghoul yard, hallucinating in the forest of a thousand demons; he needs to be rescued or brought back to the comity of good people. Yorubaland is a land of the wise men and women. Yoruba is a unique tribe in the tribal nomenclatures of Nigeria and Africa.

FFK’S behavior is antithetical to OmoYoruba’s behaviors and our impeccable mores in Yorubaland. Yorubaland is a solid tribe with unique cultural heritage. Every Yoruba scion is a true and good representation of other tribes in Nigeria. We don’t know where we have got the likes of Femi Fani-Kayode….???

Femi is a cultural embarrassment to the Yorubaland. Good men and women of honor in Yorubaland must not ostracize Femi Fani-Kayode because every interaction of these men and women of honor in Yorubaland is an opportunity to promote pro-social behavior in Femi, and to correct his critical thinking errors.

This poster boy of national shenanigans must be tame for mental evaluation, possibly for mental reconstruction and rehabilitation. Femi, the artful-dodger of national malaise needs urgent care and help! Please, Yoruba elders must not leave Femi alone, because in Yoruba axiom, you cannot say your child is a black sheep of the family and send him to lion’s den to be devoured. No, no, no, never!

Femi Fani-Kayode is still the son of the soil of Yorubaland! His uncommon and strange behavior is truly out of the ordinary. This is not a good time for this good-for-nothing-scion of late Fani-Kayode to be left alone. Please, Femi needs our collective love! Let’s collectively reflect on his erratic behavior and put heads together to help him!


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