The tweet, however, elicited a backlash for Fani-Kayode, with a good number of Twitter users mocking him for saying goodbye after he said Trump will be inaugurated for a second term on Wednesday.
Some of the commentators reminded the former minister of his previous tweets in which he boasted that Joe Biden’s victory in the November 3, 2020 presidential election will be overturned in favour of Trump, and attached pictorial evidence to hit home their point.
Some others taunted the former minister for supporting an individual who claims to be a Christian like him but undertook various questionable actions, including allegedly instigating Americans to attack the US Capitol in the name of defending democracy.
See below the reaction to Fani-Kayode’s tweet by Nigerians:
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