His statement on social media follows the resignation of South African President, Jacob Zuma on Wednesday after pressure to resign from the ruling party.
Fani-Kayode in his tweets on Wednesday night, said it was time for African leaders who were so engrossed with power to step down
He wrote: “First Mugabe went. Now Zuma is going. Next Buhari will go. After that Biya and Museveni will go.
“All these dinosaurs from the distant past fell in love with power and have refused to step down with dignity.
“What is it about African leaders and power?”