Some good news emanated from the northern part of Nigeria on Friday concerning the quest to tame the insecurity monster threatening the nation. The news was that Fulani Christians, under the auspices of the Fulani Christians Association of Nigeria (FULCAN), have denounced the role of their tribesmen in the nation's security challenges even as they proffered lasting solutions to the issues.
Fulani Christians under the umbrella body of Fulani Christians Association of Nigeria (FULCAN) are insisting that it is wrong to refer to them as killers and violent herdsmen. The group accused the rest of the country of associating them with other violent herdsmen known for clashing with farmers across the nation, describing such notions as 'erroneous'.
A man as of late admitted that in his life he has never seen a Fulani Christian, many especially in Nigeria believe that all Fulani's are Muslims and a vast majority have accepted that there are no Fulani Christians. However, the fact that it is not common doesn't mean they don't exist. In many cases, the assumption depends on authentic certainty and historical truth of the Fulani identity. Revealed. Buba Aliyu is a Fulani man, he is the National Leader of the Fulani Christian Association of Nigeria (FULCAN).
A man recently confessed that in his life he has never seen a Fulani Christian, many assumed from his statement that he inferred there are no Fulani Christians, in fact, some Nigerians believe there are no Fulani people that professed the Christians faith. But the fact that it is not very common does not mean they don’t exist. Often times, the assumption is based on historical fact and popular reality of the Fulani identity. Rev. Buba Aliyu is a Fulani man, he is the National Leader of the Fulani Christian