I won’t rule anything out – Fani-Kayode speaks on Iran president’s death

Former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, expressed hesitation in ruling out any possibility, including involvement by MOSSAD, in the death of Iran President Ebrahim Raisi, considering the unusual circumstances surrounding the crash.

MOSSAD, an Israeli intelligence agency responsible for various covert operations, has been speculated about in connection to the incident.

Raisi’s death, along with that of Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian and seven others, was confirmed following a helicopter crash, as reported by CNN and Iranian news outlets.

The timing of the crash, amid ongoing conflicts in the Middle East, including the Gaza war, has raised questions.

Fani-Kayode, in a post on his social media handle, described the incident as a significant loss to the world, extending condolences to Iran’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei and its people.

He urged caution in accepting the narrative of bad weather as the sole cause of the crash, encouraging critical thinking.

Many have speculated about the potential involvement of MOSSAD, given the circumstances, although conclusive evidence is yet to be determined.

Regardless, Fani-Kayode emphasized the devastating impact of the incident on the pursuit of world peace and particularly highlighted Raisi’s commitment to the Palestinian cause.

He concluded by expressing hopes for the souls of those lost in the crash to rest in peace.