Making reference to revolution against Bashir by the Sudanese, Fani-Kayode in a tweet on Thursday called on Nigerian youths to revolt against Buhari.
Thousands of Sudanese had since poured to the streets of Khartoum in early celebration of what many thinks could be the end of President Omar al-Bashir’s 30-year rule.
Reports had it that the revolution for Omar’s removal was led by a 22-year old, named Alaa Salah.
However, speaking on the development, Fani-Kayode called on Nigerian youths to summon courage and stage up a revolution to demand removal of Buhari from office.
The former minister wrote: “Her name is Alaa Salah. She led a revolution in Sudan. She called for the oppressive leader of Sudan to step down. She is only 22 years old.
“If only the youths of Nigeria had her courage, strength and conviction Buhari would have been out long ago!
“If you really want freedom you must be ready to risk all by openly opposing tyranny and evil, protesting in the streets and fighting for it. Anything short of that will result in failure and prolonged servitude and slavery.
“Some of us have paid our dues and have fought hard against Buhari over the last four years. We have suffered all manner of hardship and persecution for it. It is time for others to do their bit.”