Fani-Kayode queries Nigerian government over Arabic inscriptions on Naira notes, coat of arm, CBT | Nigeria News Today. Your online Nigerian Newspaper f

2

Femi Fani-Kayode, former Aviation Minister, on Wednesday reacted to the alleged rumour that candidates participating in the ongoing recruitment into the force wrote examination in Arabic.


The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, chieftain, who condemned the alleged act, wondered why there are Arabic insignia on Nigerian notes, Army’s coat of arm and also the Computer-Based Test (CBT) taken by intending officers.

In a tweet, the former Minister stressed that Nigerians are not Arab, hence “this madness must stop.”

The tweet reads, “Arabic words on our bank notes. Arabic inscriptions on our Army’s coat of arms. Arabic language part of the Police CBT examination.

 “What is going on? Is Nigeria an Arab colony or Saudi Arabia? Are all Nigerians Muslims? Must we bow to the Arabs too? This madness must stop.”





KINDLY DROP A COMMENT BELOW

Post a Comment Default Disqus

  1. Why there is cross + an insignia of Christ on our Hospitals sign boards and Sunday is a works Free days?? Are we all Christians?? This madness must stop.

    ReplyDelete
  2. Fani Kayode needs to be caution in order not to plung this country into religious war! Muslims in the country have tolerate their brothers in order religion enough and I don't expect this statement coming from a statesman.. If FFK has issue with the government of the day, he should rather look for alternative ways to channel his grievances but definitely not to cause problems with his unguided and childish behaviors.. Africans are know to be traditionalist and the influence of those foreign religions (Islam & Christianity) have changed most of our cultural heritage and beliefs...

    ReplyDelete

Nigeria News Comments are Moderated. Clean Comments will be swiftly approved. No swear words, no racism, allowed.

 
xzb
Top