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Grazing Researves: NINAS promises unprecedented protests over land grabbing in the south

That is why the Yoruba National Liberation Front and others in southern Nigeria, are crying foul over the government's new anti-corruption law.

Activist groups in southern Nigeria affiliated to the Nigerian Indigenous Nationalities Alliance, for Self Determination (NINAS) have published a statement on the anti-corruption law.

Among the partners still under the NINAS umbrella group are the Oodua People congress, and others from the eastern and central regions of Nigeria known as the Middle Belt.

In the statement NINAS warned that if a governor left their land in southern Nigeria for, the federal government's planned crackdown on the Fulani he would face public outrage.

NINAS is holding an unprecedented rally and protest, in which case a governor who sets up his land will ignore it in the southern states of Nigeria.

NINAS chaired by Senator Banji Akitoye and co-chaired by Tony Nnadi, has been urging state governors under the party's jurisdiction to obey.

They are also arguing that if a governor leaves a footprint for the federal government, to hand over to the Fulani he will eventually show remorse.

We urge our governors to respect the public's opinion on the move to set up, a port for the Fulani fraud scheme by the federal government.

We do not bother you, but we urge you that the governor who leaves our land to prepare, for the Fulani genocide must be ready to face the wrath of the people.

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