According to report reaching PACKET TRACER from popular news media outlet, Sahara Reporters, the National President of Miyetti Allah Kautalhore was spotted in a flashy SUV heading to an unknown destination.
The photos which surfaced online showed that the National President of the Fulani group was heading towards a town as his convoy of about three SUVs were filmed moving alongside some tricycles popularly known as "keke NAPEP". The vehicles were guarded by a police escort.
The photos which surfaced online sparked mixed reactions online. While some still find it hard to believe what they saw, some people opined that everyone aren't on the same level. Some people went on to say that it's nothing but life, and that everybody would have their own glorious moment, that life is turn by turn. This implies that nobody rules forever.
See screenshots of reactions below;
This is something that would be debated among Nigerians, so I would leave the floor open for you to share your thoughts regarding the photos of the National President of Miyetti Allah moving with police guards and flashy SUV.
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