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Former Minister Blames the West for Terror Attacks, Abductions in Nigeria

A former minister of aviation in Nigeria, Femi Fani-Kayode has given his two cents on the widespread terror attacks witnessed in Nigeria: they are sponsored by “international criminal cartels, foreign governments and intelligence agencies”.

Fani-Kayode, FFK as he is popularly called, said on Sunday that the West is the “hidden hand” behind Nigeria’s numerous travails, accusing it of a long-term conspiracy to “literally end our nation” because they feel threatened that Nigeria’s growth would signal an end to their imperialist agenda.

“There are two reasons for the mass abductions and kidnappings that we are witnessing in our country today. Firstly, to garner cash which is then sent abroad to buy more arms and fund terror and secondly, to destabilize our country and to discredit and undermine the credibility of our President and the Federal Government,” said the former minister.

Fani-Kayode wants Nigerians to wake up from their slumber and fight back to save Nigeria. “Asking the West for help either in intelligence gathering, advice or covert Military operations when it comes to the fight against the terrorists and insurgents in Nigeria is like asking the big bad wolf to save little Red Riding Hood,” he noted.

Ezinwanne Onwuka reports for TruthNigeria from Abuja.

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