Femi Fani-Kayode and Church of Satan clash on social media

Femi Fani-Kayode and Church of Satan clash on social media

- Former aviation minister, Femi Fani-Kayode, and the Church of Satan have clashed on social media

- The former minister had claimed that American author and attorney reportedly responsible for the travails of the Central Park Five is a member of the Church of Satan

- The Church of Satan proceeded to denying Fairstein as one of their members and it became a war of words.

Former aviation minister, Femi Fani-Kayode, might have gotten more than what he bargained for after he claimed that Linda Fairstein, a US attorney and author is a member of the Church of Satan.

Recently on social media, Fairstein has been blamed for the travails five young boys faced after they were wrongly accused of molesting a lady at a park. The five boys are now popularly referred to as the Central Park Five.

In a post on Twitter, Fani-Kayode claimed that Fairstein is a member of the Church of Satan and that she should be punished for what the Central Park Five boys went through.

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The church was having none of it as they swiftly responded, denying the claim. In a classic Nigerian style, the former minister also made sure to bind the devil and it resulted to an interesting exchange between them.

See their comments below:

Femi Fani-Kayode and Church of Satan clash on social media

Femi Fani-Kayode and Church of Satan clash on social media
Source: Twitter

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Just recently, Legit.ng reported that the Church of Satan responded to popular on-air-personality, Daddy Freeze, after he tagged marital vows as being satanic.

According to the OAP, vows of all kinds including these rather 'sanctimonious' marital pledges are satanic. He made this statement on his Instagram page.

The Church of Satan did not find the OAP's words amusing, and criticised his statement while maintaining that if he said marital vows were satanic, then he was just looking for a way out of his own relationship.

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