A former Minister of Aviation, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode, has alleged that the five plane crashes that occurred in Nigeria between 2005 and 2006, were man-made and that the victims were “sacrifices”.
Mr. Fani-Kayode, not new to controversies and charting unpopular territories, made these startling claims in a new post on his Facebook wall.
The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, chieftain, who was redeployed by then President Olusegun Obasanjo from the Ministry of Culture and Tourism, which he headed for just five months, to the Ministry of Aviation on November 7, 2006 following a string of plane crashes, went further to claim that a bomb was planted on one of the aircraft that crashed.
His latest post is bound to refresh painful memories and stir controversy in the public domain but the former minister is the least bothered, as he is set to expose what he called “evil” in high places.
Quoting the words of famous British historian and public speaker, Mr. David Icke, the outspoken former minister said most Nigerian leaders are not humans, describing them as “hybrids” and “reptilians”, who are working for a hidden hand and some very dark and sinister forces.
According to him, not only are they exceptionally callous, they are also “cold-blooded, reptiles and certified psychopaths”.
Mr. Fani-Kayode recalled that between 2005 and 2006, prior to his appointment as Minister of Aviation, Nigeria experienced five plane crashes in one year in which 453 “innocent souls” perished.
He claimed that “All of them were man-made and planned. They were sacrifices”.
He added that “In one case, a bomb was planted on the plane. I know this because I took over as Minister and stopped it. I had access to all the reports, particularly the American NTSB reports. I wrote to the powers that be and demanded an international investigation only to find out that they were involved too.
“I was asked to drop it in very clear and almost threatening terms”.
He further stated that his presentation at a public hearing conducted by the Senate Committee on Aviation in 2008, in which he claimed the existence of a “blood cult that was in the aviation sector that derived their power from causing crashes”, pitched him against some powerful forces.
“Because of my testimony at the Senate, I became an enemy of the entire system”, he said. “From being their darling and blue-eyed boy I became their mortal enemy overnight because I refused to guard their secrets”.
Mr. Fani-Kayode, who said he cannot be part of “their evil”, pointed out that his stance against the so-called “blood cult” led to attempts to destroy and discredit him in more ways than one “but God has been with me”.
He stressed that members of the public know nothing about their political leaders, noting this is a problem not peculiar to Nigeria as it is in his words, a worldwide phenomenon.
“There is a grand conspiracy to establish a New World Order and most of these world leaders are just puppets of the illuminati, paving the way for the Anti-Christ.
“All u have to do us to be in the inner circles of power for one hour to know that these creatures are not human.
“They are cold, unfeeling and callous. They kill, maim and destroy at the drop of a hat.
“There are many secrets that some of us will carry to the grave.
“They say knowledge is power and ignorance comes with a very heavy price and devastating consequences.
“This matter is for developed and enlightened minds and sadly beyond most people.
“The so-called Islamic agenda in Nigeria and elsewhere is obvious and we are here fighting it day and night risking life, liberty and limb.
“The question is who is behind it and why? What is the end game? The motto of a small branch of the illuminati tree known as the Freemasons is ‘out of chaos comes order’.
“It follows that theirs is to first create chaos from country to country and then to establish their ‘new world order'”, he wrote.