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Prince Deji Adeyanu Will Not Be Intimidated By Buhari’s Supporters – Fani-Kayode

Femi FaniEx-Minister of Aviation, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode, has said that the people who attacked protesters in Abuja were shouting “Sai baba” and going about with President Muhammadu Buhari’s image as placards.

In a recent statement by Fani-Kayode, he said that Prince Deji Adeyanu was attacked by close to 150-strong crowd of young, aggressive and drug-crazed youths.

He then hailed Prince Deji, saying he cannot be intimidated or broken and he will never die before his time.

His words, “He shall stand to the end and continue to fight for the voiceless and the oppressed. He is a Prince of the Kingdom, a leading light of his generation and I am very proud of him.”

He also begged the government in power to stay away from violating the fundamental rights of people because “It will only strengthen our hand, deepens our resolve, hardens our hearts and swells our ranks.”

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David Oluwafemi (meaning “the beloved of the Lord”) Adewunmi Abdulateef Fani-Kayode (born 16 October 1960) is a Nigerian politician, essayist, poet and lawyer. He was a member of the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). He was with the opposition’s All Progressive Congress (APC) until June 2014 when he returned to the ruling Peoples Democratic Party. Although his family lineage originates from Osun, he was born in Lagos, on 16 October 1960 to Chief Victor Babaremilekun Adetokunboh Fani-Kayode and to Chief (Mrs) Adia Adunni Fani-Kayode. He is an Ile-Ife chieftain of Yoruba descent.

Fani-Kayode was the Special Assistant (Public Affairs) to President Olusegun Obasanjo from July 2003 until June 2006. He was appointed the Minister of Culture and Tourism of the Federal Republic of Nigeria from 22 June to 7 November 2006 and as the Minister of Aviation from 7 November 2006 to 29 May 2007.

His great-grandfather, the Rev. Emmanuel Adedapo Kayode, was one of the earliest Nigerians to be educated in England, receiving an MA from the University of Durham, after which he became an Anglican priest. His grandfather, Victor Adedapo Kayode, studied law at Cambridge University and became a lawyer and a judge. His father Victor Babaremilekun Adetokunboh Fani-Kayode, who was also at Cambridge was a prominent lawyer and political figure in Nigeria in the 1950s and 1960s. He was Leader of the National Council of Nigeria and the Cameroons Opposition in the Western House of Assembly from 1960 to 1963, the Hon. Minister of Local Government and Chieftaincy Affairs and Deputy Premier of the Western Region of Nigeria from 1963 until 1966 and he successfully moved the motion for Nigeria’s independence in 1958 in the Nigerian Parliament.


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