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Thursday, 28 January 2021

Fulani Terrorism: Wake Up Call To All Tribes In Nigeria

 Fulani Terrorism:  Wake Up Call To All Tribes In Nigeria

People with coffins of people killed by Fulani cattle herders in Ibrahim Babangida Square in the Benue state capital, Makurdi, January 11, 2018. Violence between the mainly Muslim Fulani herdsmen and Christian farmers has claimed thousands of lives across Nigeria's central states over the past few decades.  © 2018 PIUS UTOMI EKPEI/AFP/Getty Images




Recent report gathered from the Voice of America (VOA), clearly depicts that Nigeria as a country, will eventually become a battlefield if care is not soon taken to ward off damning hostilities. The indigenous tribes caged in the Nigerian contraption could not perpetually wait for the ongoing unprovoked killing of their people and the wantom destruction of their properties by the marauding Fulani terrorists from the sahel, that are uncontrollably flooding into Nigeria. 

The violence orchestrated by these vampires in other parts of Africa, is unprecedented and that evil which is being introduced into Nigeria against the indigenous  land owners will certainly trigger off war if not contend.

"The United Nations Refugee Agency is pointedly warning that countries in the sahel region of Africa, have reached a breaking point as unrelenting violence therein has caused more than two million people to become displaced inside their own countries for the first time ever".

If this warning therefore, is coming from the United Nations (UN) to inform the world about the level of destruction of lives and properties that is taking place in the Sahel countries, with Nigeria inclusive, then the magnitude of internally displaced victims will be record breaking, globally. The indigenous tribes in Nigeria like the Igbos, Oduduwas, Middle Beltans and the Hausas, should have to pre-emptively begin now to chase out these vamparic marauders that have already infiltrated Nigeria.

"Humanitarian needs in Burkina Faso, Chad, Mali and Niger Republic, are surging as violence peaks, thereby sending an increasing number of people fleeing for their lives". The question then is, now that the borders of Nigeria at the North are widely open, where really do you think they are heading to? There certainly will be fire on the mountain and everyone will be on the run for it. 

Where will they be running to? In the forests and bushes of the various indigenous land owners, are the Fulani killer herdsmen well armed with AK47 riffles amongst other dangerous weapons. This does not in anyway, sound funny. It is happening right before our very eyes and yet majority seem not to be seeing it.

"Already in this year, the United Nations Refugee Agency has reported that violence in Niger Republic and Burkina Faso, has forced more than twenty one thousand (21,000) people to flee their homes. The sahel also is hosting more than eight hundred and fifty thousand (850,000) refugees". And the Nigerian government is blatantly busy, constructing a railway line to Chad. I think this will greatly facilitate the influx and  relocation of thousands of these displaced persons from all the sahel countries into Nigeria with the help of their citizens based in the country through the Nigerian government.

UNHCR spokesman, Boris Cheshirkov stated: "This is a region where so many crises converge. You have on the one hand, the displacement and conflict. The situation needs more attention and quite urgently". Mental slavery, suffering and smiling has been the undoing mentality coupled with I do not care attitude that are running in the life of virtually all the indigenous tribes in Nigeria. These have terribly subjected them  to comfortably sit even on a time bomb which the Fulani people have subtly set for them.

A stitch in time, they say, saves nine! This is the right time to wake up!!

Written by Nwaeze Onyekachi

Edited by Peter Oshagwu

For Family Writers Press International

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