Former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode has criticized US President Donald Trump, for choosing “economic gain over human rights and decency”.
Fani-Kayode, writing on his Twitter page on Tuesday morning, said no one can save Nigeria except God.
The former Minister, who was reacting to President Muhammadu Buhari’s one-day visit to the White House, claimed the Nigerian leader “escaped international scrutiny”.
He wrote: “On @MBuhari’s visit to @realDonaldTrump I say this: The truth is that the progressive forces, the official opposition and leaders of the resistance in Nigeria failed to put out the correct narrative about @MBuhari to the int. community and int. media over the last 3 years.
“Consequently @MBuhari escaped thorough international scrutiny. Apart from that @realDonaldTrump failed us. He chose economic gain and the juicy prospect of a massive Nigerian market for American goods, products and commodities over human rights and decency.
“Yet who can blame him for that given his “America first” mantra and the fact that the Nig. people themselves appear to be very comfortable with their hazardous plight and murderous leader and are not ready to resist his corruption, tyranny, evil, ethnic cleansing, mass murder and genocide.
“The good news is that @realDonaldTrump may be the biblical Cyrus but he is not God. We never looked to him. We look to God. And God will deliver us despite our inherent weaknesses, accursed fears, petty divisions and monumental cowardice.”