Seun Kuti, the Nigerian musician and the youngest son of legendary afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti, has recently reacted to the news about Olusegun Obasanjo dumping the People’s Democratic Party.
The former Nigerian President announced his exit from the party after infamously tearing his membership card on February 16, 2015.
In his Instagram post Seun Kuti lambasted Obasanjo for bringing his family down to its knees and failing to take responsibility for it and other crimes.
"#thespotwherejusticewasmurdered. Can Obasanjo tear this from the pages of history? Tomorrow marks the 38th anniversary of the burning of KALAKUTA and the murder of OLUFUNMILAYO ANIKULAPO-KUTI.
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Bringing my family down to its knees and never recovered financially but we are gifted and always have found pleasure in those things money can't buy. What most people don't know is that Fela used to go around his friends houses to ask for money to just survive in the aftermath of this barbaric act.
We shall get justice one day and not for the millions of naira looted ( fela had 2 million naira in cash looted on that day, 1977 value. Do the Maths) the 36 cars burnt and the millions destroyed in property but for the death of Africa's most illustrious feminist advocate, foremost female politician. Confidant of chairman Mao and Kwame Nkrumah. Th first black woman to visit China. Oh she will get justice. Know your heroes.
You tore down the Kalakuta republic who gives a fuck about your fucking PDP card. Have u taken responsibility for your actions? This is yor democracy Obasanjo. U set the precedence and now blame people who followed ur footsteps!! Just the way u blamed the unknown soldiers who followed ur orders. Grow a spine and take responsibility. Agbe oshi!!!!
Not long ago Seun Kuti revealed that he could never vote for the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Muhammadu Buhari.
“Truth is that I have no reason to give my vote to any of the two contestants, but more especially Buhari because of the eternal emotional damage he caused the Kuti family, especially me,” said the musucian in one of his interviews.