The governor of Kaduna State, Mallam Nasir El-Rufai has once again spoken. The Governor while speaking started by making it known that the only way to keep schools safe is to kill all the bandits in the forest.
He further stated that Fulanis are in 14 African countries, but some of these Fulani herdsmen came to Nigeria with their cattles and some of them were killed, and some lost their cattles. So because of that, they organised themselves and came back for revange.
El-Rufai then urged the Nigerian Air Force to bomb the forests where bandits are hiding and kill the all. According to him, nobody living TN the forest is innocent and they all must be killed.
The governor said: "People asked if my child was kidnapped and I said I won't pay.... So the only way to stop banditry is to kill them all.... Fulani Herdsmen from across Africa bring their cattle down towards Middle Belt and Southern Nigeria..... Some came from Niger, Cameroon, Mali... Fulanis are in 14 African countries... So many of them were killed, cattle lost and they organised themselves and came back to revenge......"
The Kaduna State Governor has indeed made a valid point. These herdsmen killing innocent Nigerians may be on a revenge mission and most of them may not be Nigerians. So the only way to defeat them will be just to kill them. Negotiating with them is really not an option.
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