He has a political and legal background, his great grandfather, the Rev. Emmanuel Adedapo Kayode was educated in Great Britain, and later became an Anglican priest.
His grandfather Victor Adedapo Kayode was a judge who studied law in Cambridge University.
His father Victor Babaremilekun Adetokunboh fani-Kayode studied in Cambridge University and was a prominent lawyer and political figure in Nigeria in the 50s and 60s.
In line with the above as stated, there is no doubt that Pa Rev. Emmanuel Adedapo Kayode laid a very powerful and respectful foundation for his children.
Femi fani-Kayode, in the same foundation laid by Pa Rev. Emmanuel Adedapo Kayode, studied in Great Britain and graduated as a lawyer in University of London, School of Oriental and African Studies in 1983.
Femi’s father, Victor Fani-Kayode has done what a father can do for his child.
In which way is Femi’s education impacting into the lives of Nigerians?
Absolutely no where!
Femi’s education is an embarrassment to Nigeria.
His utterances in planting seeds of hatred between two ethnic groups in Nigeria, Igbo and Yoruba are shockingly unspeakable.
We are still reading him!
Investment on a child should be an investment for the nation.
Where is the reward of the investment on Femi Fani-Kayode?