By A Yoruba (King)Traditional Ruler
Aji, I really enjoyed the banter between yourself & Ayo, as well as the occasional chip in by Jumoke….really educating, but You guys seem to be on the same page but promulgating different ways to bell a cat…
It’s rather unfortunate that the Fulani will not go quietly as they need a land they can call home, & Nigeria has provided the most fertile & viable option due to our almost 7 decades of docility. Since the Fulbr or Fulani left their homelands in the Futtah Jallon planes of Gambia, they have so remained dispersed & nomadic across the northernmost parts of most West African states rearing their herds of cattle in a most unprofitable nomadic manner but ensuring a few of their kinsmen become sedentary, educated & join the military of these West Africa states. Quite a number of these sedentary Fulanis have thus made it into government houses across west Africa, either as military heads of states, presidents or prime ministers, with probably the exception of Ghana & the Gambia(their homeland), for they know their antecedents.
You may want to ask where am going with my story? It is suffice to say that the Fulani have found Nigeria & Nigerians so complacent, easy to steal from, and most of all, full of cowardice.
Fulanis do not thrive where bravehearts exist in abundance, hence their experiment failed in Ghana, Central African Republic & a host of other African countries, however, they want to grab your land here in Nigeria, become Nigerians by force, by fire (*bullet fire o, no pun intended) and then dominate the nation. We must resist this with our might!
The Taraba man, or Jukun as they are called has a right to live peacefully on his ancestral land, so do the Tiv, Domain, Yoruba & others, without fear of harassment from some terrorists herdsmen of Fulani extraction.
This cannot be achieved by restructuring or referendum, nor by Prof.Akintoye United nations sojourn, but looks more like by war, war is looming, that’s if it has not started quietly.
My advice to the Indigenous people of Nigeria is to brace up for war and pray for victory. It is a war of liberation and we shall be victorious.
My 10 pence.
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