Northerners blow hot, after hundreds of Fulanis allegedly relocate from Ibadan
By Nvestorsuper | self meida writer
Published 12 days ago - 34 views
About the incident that happened in Ibadan on Friday where yoruba and Hausa clashed over the killing of a pregnant woman by a suspected Hausa man, there was a trending video on social media on how Fulani people are relocating from Shasha market to unknown destination. The person that was recording video is a Yoruba man and he was cursing them in his local language.
A lot of people especially northerners has reacted to this video after It went viral on social media, some people condemn the incident and urged the government to do the needful in time, some people apologized to the northern youth over the reprisal attacks and tell them not to take laws into their hands.
Some people urged the poster of the video to stop spreading videos that can cause unrest in our dear Nigeria.
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