During one of his recent interviews, mohammed said that the North would rather prefer the national leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, to become Nigerian President in 2023 than any Igbo person.
The northern elder was quoted to have said, “We (North) prefer Tinubu to be president than Igbo man.”
However, Fani-Kayode who blasted him while asking if he’s God, reminded Mohammed that nothing last forever, not even northern tyranny.
The former minister expressed optimism that power would be wrestled from the north in 2023, and that it will take 50 years for power to return to the region.
In a series of tweets, Fani-Kayode wrote: “We prefer Tinubu to be President than Igbo man”- Junaid Mohammed.
“Who are you? Are you God? Or were you there the day the Ancient of Days laid the foundations of the earth and established the universe?
“Nothing lasts forever: not even northern tyranny, arrogance and occupation.
“Mark this: once we wrestle power from the core north it will not go back there for at least 50 years. People are fed up with Fulani hegemony and domination.
” If we remain one nation, the indigenous people of Nigeria and not alien invaders will rule Nigeria for the next 100 years.”
KanyiDaily recalls that Fani-Kayode had said the Igbo tribe are the most vilified, humiliated, persecuted and genocidal in Nigeria.
He said that other tribes in the country have also had their own share of the suffering, but the Igbos have faced worse.