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Fulani Blood Flowing in my Veins - Femi Fani-Kayode

Femi Fani-Kayode had said his maternal great-grandmother was a pure Fulani woman precisely from Sokoto state.

 Going deeper into his family genealogy, Fani Kayode disclosed: His father, that is my maternal great grandfather, was a pure Yoruba man from llesha. 

However, his mother, that is my maternal great-grandmother, was a pure Fulani woman from Sokoto. 

"My grandfather, Sheik Nurudeen Sa' I'd, who was half Fulani and half Yoruba, got married to my grandmother, Alhaja Abeke Sa'id (nee Williams), who was a pure Yoruba woman. 

She was also known as "Mama Ofin". She was from Lagos (Isale Eko) and she was the daughter of Alhaji Isa Williams who was a key leader in the Muslim community and the richest businessman and trader in the whole of Lagos in his day."

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  1. Mad man don dey yarn opanta; maybe after swallowing some moles of amala and gbegiri. Very shameless man

  2. God please don't put my food in the hands of my enemies and deliver Femi Fani-Kayode from begging enemies before surviving.