Fulanis Are The Ones Controlling Our Port And Border, We Don't Want Them Anymore - Sunday Igboho
By Chidi1 | self meida writer
Published 27 days ago - 2956 views
In life, always have it in mind that everyone is entitled to their own opinions, bringing us to the fact that Sunday Igboho made a video and based on the translations FFK (Femi Fani-Kayode) made on his verified Twitter account.
He made it known that: Fulanis are the ones controlling our port and border, we don't want them anymore. He went on by saying: We the Yorubas here will have a crucial meeting, we are going to open the borders, let's start allowing goods to enter!
First he gave Fulanis Ultimatum to leave the south, now he is telling the FG (federal government) that they don't want a Fulani controlling their border. I hope this call from Sunday Igboho won't create reprisal attack from the Northerners? Because he is gradually going too far.
On seeing Sunday Igboho statement to FG, Fulanis are the ones controlling our port and border, we don't want them anymore. What do you think?
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