The former minister of Aviation, Femi Fami-Kayode has said that Francophone Africans are no longer interested in being slaves.
Fani-Kayode stated this while reacting to the coup in Gabon.
The former lawmaker insisted that the hegemony of the French in Africa is almost over.
He argued that the French have been humiliated and diminished in Africa.
Fani-Kayode insisted that if the colonial masters do not submit to the will of the African people and return to France, they would be thrown out by force.
According to him, “With events in Gabon today it is fair to say that the hegemony of the French in Africa is over.
“They have been challenged, humiliated, ridiculed, diminished, demystified and rubbished by most of their erstwhile African colonies and the hatred, contempt, opprobium and disdain that they attract from the overwhelming majority of Africans is mind-boggling and unprecedented.
“If they don’t submit to the will of the African people, put their little French tails between their legs, bow down to the local population and beat a hasty and dignified retreat back to France with at least a measure of their dignity still intact they will be thrown out by the force of arms just as they were in Viet Nam and Algeria.
“The cry on the African continent today is liberty and freedom from the tyrannical bondage and venemous yoke of the French and deliverance from their perverted, pervasive and corrosive ways and systemic oppression.
“Simply put, Francophone Africans are no longer interested in being slaves or in being ruled by a series of vicious, corrupt, perfidious and barbaric puppet leaders, pseudo monarchs and life-time dictators who have sold their bodies, spirits and souls to the devil and their French masters. Kudos to them!”