Former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, said the south “greatest” enemies are not the northerners or the Fulani masters, but southerners themselves.
Fani-Kayode addresses liberation as when a tribe like another tribe.
The Yoruba should like the Igbos and vice versa, also both tribe should like southern minorities and vice versa.
FFK derived that unity is a fundamental pre-requisite to emancipation. Without unity, there will be no emancipation.
He said a southern who hates his/her fellow southern for any reason is the greatest enemy of the south.
The former minister shared this via his Twitter page.
“The greatest obstacles to the liberation of the south from northern hegemony and bondage are:
1) The Yoruba that hates Igbos.
2) The Igbo that hates Yorubas.
3) The southern minorities that hate Igbos and Yorubas.
4) The Igbos and Yorubas that hate southern minorities.
“Southern UNITY is a fundamental pre-requisite to southern EMANCIPATION. Without the former, you cannot achieve the latter.
“Our greatest enemies are not the northerners or their Fulani masters but the southern fool that is filled with hate and malice for his fellow southerner.”