FULANISATION: YORUBA AND OHANEZE YOUTHS GIVE FG 12 CONDITIONS

Politics Nigeria has been furnished with a Joint Statement from the Yoruba Youth Council and the Ohanaeze Youth Council, announcing their rejection of an alleged ‘Fulanization Agenda’. The Statement issued on Sunday was signed by the President,  Yoruba Council of Youths Worldwide, Aremo Oladotun Hassan and Okechukwu Isiguzoro, President, Ohanaeze Ndigbo Youth Council Worldwide. “We are deeply concerned with grave hearts of regrets as critical stakeholders being the largest umbrella body of youths in the Southwest and Southeast Geo-Political Zones of Nigeria and In Diaspora, coupled with our unending disappointments…

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RADIO FOR HERDSMEN, SIGN OF ANOTHER CIVIL WAR SAYS AFENIFERE

A Pan Yoruba socio-political group, Afenifere has called on the federal government to urgently address the growing trend of insecurity in the country, particularly the attacks by suspected Fulani herdsmen within the South West states, which the group stated that it was targeted primarily at non-Fulanis. The group made this comment at a meeting on Monday at the residence of its National Leader, Pa Reuben Fasoranti in Akure, the Ondo State capital. Afenifere stated that the alleged backing of the herdsmen by government portends danger to the existence of the…

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FG’S RADIO STATION FOR FULANI HERDSMEN ILLEGAL, UNCONSTITUTIONAL SAYS FALANA, FATAI WILLIAMS, UBANI, OTHERS

FG’s radio station for herdsmen has been condemned by many Nigerians. Top lawyers have also added their voices to try and sway the government. Indeed, scathing criticism and condemnation are mounting against the decision of the Federal Government to establish a radio station to exclusively serve Fulani herdsmen. Senior Advocates of Nigeria and a communication expert told Saturday Tribune that the move was not only patently illegal and unconstitutional, but the consequences for the nation’s economy would be dire. Three senior lawyers, Femi Falana, Ladi Rotimi-Williams and Monday Onyekachi Ubani,…

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FULANI HERDSMEN ARE KIDNAPPING AND RAPING UA, ONDO WOMEN CRY OUT IN PROTEST, SEE PICS

Worried by the insecurity in Ondo state, some aggrieved women have protested the rising cases of attacks, rituals and kidnapping by suspected fulani herdsmen. The women, who marched on  the street of Akure on Thursday through the Deji of Akure’s palace and armed with leaves, said that enough is enough about the criminal activities of hoodlums who have taken over the state. They noted that Ondo state was no longer safe again as the hoodlums masquerading as “fulani herdsmen” have all  surrounded the forests and bushes  in the sunshine star…

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SOUTHERN AND MIDDLE BELT LEADERS REJECT FULANI HERDSMEN RADIO FUNDED BY FG

Some Nigerians under the aegis of Southern and Middle Belt Leaders Forum have rejected the announcement by the Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, that the Federal Government is setting up a strictly Fulani AM radio station which will broadcast in Fulfulde. The Group in statement on Wednesday signed by Yinka Odumakin (South-West), Senator Bassey Henahaw (South-South), Dr. Isuwa Dogo (Middle-Belt) and Professor Chigozie Ogbu (South-East) said it recieved the news with rude shock at a time when Nigeria was suffering from the militia activities of Fulani herdsmen. The Minister of Education,…

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