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#PEPT: FFK Calls Nigeria ‘A Zoo’ – #TribunalJudgment

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#PEPT: FFK Calls Nigeria ‘A Zoo’ - #TribunalJudgment

In the early hours of today Femi Fani Kayode took to his facebook page to express how he felt towards the tribunal judgement.

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“A FARCICAL, PRIMITIVE AND NONSENSICAL RULING

If anyone is surprised by yesterday’s farcical, primitive and nonsensical ruling in the Atiku /Buhari election case then they still don’t understand the nature of the beast we are fighting and the gravity of the situation we are in.

Sadly precisely the same thing will happen at the Supreme Court. The only difference will be whether it will be a unanimous decision, as was the case in yesterdays court, or whether there will be one or two dissenting opinions amongst the Supreme Court judges.

I saw all this coming long and I said and wrote it. The Buhari Government and the ruling APC did not just rig the 2019 presidential election, they rigged the courts too!

That is why Justice Onnoghen, the former Chief Justice of the Federation, was systematically, clinically and ruthlessly rubbished, discredited, humiliated, disgraced, destroyed and removed just a few months ago. They simply could not trust him to deliver.

In Buhari’s Nigeria the dark forces of the deep state control ALL three arms of Government, namely the Executive, the Judiciary and the Legislature, with an iron fist!

That is how bad it is and that is what you get when you live in a zoo in which the strongest, the most barbaric, the most ruthless and the most savage call the shots! We are little better than a slave colony and a vassal state!

They have turned Nigeria into the proverbial and classical third world banana republic where the law of the jungle prevails and where one man, who is seized of and filled with a singularly demonic spirit, controls the the lives of over 200 million people and bends the fortunes of an entire nation according to his whims and caprices!

This is tyranny in its ugliest, purest, rawest and most unadulterated form. They have everything they want, they control the entire pervasive system, they are firmly entrenched in every facet and sphere of human endeavour and they believe that they have figured out how they will hold on to power and rotate it amongst themselves forever.

Like the builders and owners of the ill-fated and infamous American ship, the Titanic, they believe and boast that they are indestructable and that not even the Lord can stop or sink them.

Yet their failure to consider the God factor in all their wicked endeavours and devlish enterprises will prove to be their greatness flaw and weakness. It is a grave error which will result in their undoing.

Like the Titanic, somewhere down the line and deep into the voyage, when they are all comfortably asleep, they will hit an iceberg, they will sink and they will lose everything.

Their end will be sudden and tragic and they will be a reference point and proof of the utter folly of those that believe that they are greater and more powerful than their maker. Man propses and God disposes.

Permit me to assure you that the God of Job, Jonah, Daniel, Shedrack, Mishak and Abendego is still alive and, in the fullness of time, He will shock them and deliver us.

He will do this not for Atiku or anyone else’s sake but for the glory of His holy name. He will prove Himself to be faithful and true. He will prove Himself mighty! The Egyptians you see today, you shall see them no more.

The next few months will be very interesting and the salvation of our nation, despite all we see and hear, is almost at hand. Just continue to pray, have faith in the Lord and be patient: it is His fight and not ours. The battle belongs to Him.

He is awesome in battle and He never fails. He has never lost a war and He has never forsaken His own!

Even as King Sennacherub of the Assyrians, with all his boasting and in all his earthly power and glory, was struck down by his own sons in the temple of his strange god, so it shall be for our oppressors and the tyrants that hold sway in our land. Of this I am sure.

No justice, no peace!”