Kenyans are far behind Nigerians in every respect – Fani Kayode

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Former minister of aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, has said that Kenyans are far behind Nigerians in every aspect, in his defence to Nigeria in the ongoing Twitter feud with both countries.

Femi Fani-Kayode

Femi Fani-Kayode

Fani-Kayode via his official Twitter handle, @realffk, in a series on Tweets on Sunday, September 4, stressed that “Kenyans should stop attacking Nigeria on twitter. He said: They must know their place. Truth is the worse Nigerian is better than the best Kenyan.”

The feud between the two countries started with the famous visit of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to Nigeria and then Kenya.

The hash tag #KenyavsNigeria was first started by Twitter sensation Xtian Dela after a Nigerian social media user shared the photo of Zuckerberg eating fish at Mama Oliech’s and claimed he was enjoying Nigerian food.

Unforgiving Kenyans trolled the user for the better part of Friday, September 2, forcing her to apologise.

READ ALSO: Fani-Kayode attacks Adeosun over comments on recession

However it did not end there, as a vicious war has erupted under the said hash tag, with Kenyans and Nigerians trolling each other.


Read his Tweets below:

Recall that, Reno Omokri recently lashed out at Fani Kayode after the latter criticised Mark Zuckerberg for embracing Hausa language.

During his visit to Nigeria, the founder of Facebook had expressed delight over the Hausa language and described it as a unique language.

Fani-Kayode who in his recent articles had criticised northerners had hinted that there was a hidden reason the founder of Facebook had praised the Hausa language

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