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Former Nigerian Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode clashes with Church of Satan on Twitter

The Church of Satan and former Aviation Minister, Femi Fani-Kayode are the subjects of discussions currently on twitter as the two entities just clashed on the social media platform.

Fani Kayode through his twitter handle referred to former NYPD cop, Linda Fairstein, as a witch and member of the Church of Satan.

The church, however, would not have any of that and responded to FFK’s accusation and at the same time denying Linda as a member.

https://twitter.com/realFFK/status/1137872710137253888

Femi had tweeted about the movie When They See Us, which is about five young black boys who were wrongly convicted over a crime they never committed. While blasting the cop that handled the case Linda Fairstein, he wrote that she was not only a racist but also a member of the Church of Satan.

“I was shocked about the injustice that the American justice system meted out to the five innocent, young black boys that were falsely accused of the most brutal and vicious gang rape, framed up and jailed by those that manipulated the system and abused their power in 1989

“The whole thing was simply harrowing and heartbreaking and the series took us through the whole ordeal as if we were actually there with the victims and sharing in their trauma and pain.

Femi, who has as part of his Twitter profile, a statement that says he’s a servant of God, seem so unnerved by the harrowing story of the Central Park 5.

The movie depicting the story was created by American film director, Ava Marie DuVernay for Netflix.

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