See Hilarious Twitter Reactions As Femi Fani-Kayode Calls Omisore His Former Cousin
A lot has happened in the political ‘realm’ in Nigeria. It seems to be an unending season of “slamming” and “throwing shades” but the newest development is calling a supposed family relative “former.”
A few weeks ago the first lady Aisha Buhari expressed her displeasure via Twitter over the way things were run in the ruling party, All Progressive Congress (APC)
The rerun of the Osun state election saw APC governor Mr Gboyega Oyetola maintain his seat winning a second tenure and the bitterness of the victory has far from ebbed from some people’s mouths.
The People’s Democratic Party (PDP) partially blames Iyiola Omisore for their defeat following his decision to pledge support for the ruling party, All Progressive Congress(APC).
Femi Fani-Kayode posted a statement on Twitter, “So my former cousin Iyiola Omisore did not get the Senatorial ticket for Ife East from the APC after the dirty job he did? The only thing he got from them was his passport. Someone just got served. It never pays to sell your soul to the devil. His infamy and treachery is legendary.”
So my former cousin Iyiola Omisore did not get the Senatorial ticket for Ife East from the APC after the dirty job he did? The only thing he got from them was his passport.Someone just got served. It never pays to sell ur soul to the devil. His infamy and treachery is legendry.
— Femi Fani-Kayode (@realFFK) October 20, 2018
Some people have expressed their thoughts on the statement via Twitter with hilarious joiners on how a relative can be termed a former relative.
Question: How does someone become a former cousin?
— Didi B (@DidiB_NRA) October 20, 2018
Yes na. Since he chose to be useless to the family the best option is to discousin him sharply. There's no time to harbour disloyal members in the family biko. 😂😂😂
— il Cavaliere (@VictorUkachi) October 20, 2018
Dear cousins, just to let you know that if you misbehave you will be DISCOUSINED by me.
— Deji Garuba (@DejiGaruba) October 20, 2018
— alex ogundadegbe (@alexogundadegbe) October 21, 2018
The phrase "former cousin" really got me.
Next week, he will be back as the first cousin.
— Moyò Ayòdélé (@mohyur) October 20, 2018
I stopped reading the tweet when I saw "my former cousin"
Do you 'uncousin' people??
— Assistant Girlfriend🐻❁ (@_Kelechii) October 20, 2018
Everyone knows you can “unfollow” someone on social media but is there such thing as “to uncousin” a cousin?