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Prof. Peter Fatomilola

I Don’t Blame Those That Kill For Money – Prof. Peter Fatomilola

The celebrated Nollywood actor and University Don, Chief Peter Fatomilola, has reacted to the multiple ritual killings going on in the country among the Nigerian youths.

Fatomilola, the retired Professor stated this recently on a Televion interview, saying, “we need to stop wasting our time to pray about all these menace (rise in ritual killings); to me prayer won’t solve anything until the society stop celebrating mediocrity.

“I blame the society that celebrate success without knowing the source and track records. I blame the society that respect only the rich, but doesn’t celebrate or encourage hard-work and productivity.”

Prof. Fatomilola said the society that tells you that “life is all about money and you keep on producing children in poverty.

“I blame the society that gives you any position and title, once you’ve made money. I blame a society that teach their children to be dedicated to their religion instead of teaching them humanity.

“I blame a society that pray for miracle money everyday even in working hours, instead of being diligence in their duty. I blame the society where mother is dancing that she is eating the fruit of her labour because her 20 year old child just bought a vehicle for her.”

He continued, “Finally, I blame the society that calls you jealous man, envious, bad belle and all sort of names because you questioned the source of someone’s wealth and flambuoyant lifestyles.

The 18-year-old boy – Soliu Majekodunmi (2nd right) with three of his friends allegedly conspired to murder his lover, Sofiat, for alleged money ritual.

“My dear people, stop wasting your time to pray about all these menace, prayer won’t solve anything… change your attitude and let’s drop the too much value we’ve placed on money…

“If not…mo layo lati so fun yin wipe, A sese bere ni o, many heads are still going to be decapitated from their body, Oku a sun.”

The veteran actor further said, “Imagine a society where every youth is making money without working… that society won’t grow nao, there won’t be a work force, human resources, discovery and functional engagement, cos’ once an average Nigerian make money, they already see that there is no reason for them to work…

“Imagine if your tailors, drivers, food vendors, barbers, doctors etc., all sit down at home, enjoying when you need their services, because they’ve made huge money, how would you feel?

Sofiat, the victim

“Work force and duty engagements is what makes a society to grow and develop while magic or miracle money without work will lead it to it’s doom.

“Life is not all about money, don’t be deceived by my fellow musicians, pastors and motivational speakers.”

It will be recalled tha lots of celebrities and dignitaries have recently lend their voices since the news of an 18-year-old boy (Soliu Majekodunmi), who conspired with three of his friends to murder his lover, Sofia, for alleged money ritual motives which he claimed he learned about the process on Facebook.

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