Today's Headlines: Shehu Sani Sends Important Message To Fulani, Niger Delta Youths Cautions Obaseki
Niger Delta Youths Cautions Obaseki The Niger Delta Youth Council has said its attention has been drawn to a statement credited to the Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki, that the Central Bank of Nigeria printed N60billion to augment funds from the Federation Account Allocation Committee shared to states in March.
Some Nigerians Online React After Fulani Herders In Abia State Demand To Join The New Security Outfit(Photos)
Currently in Nigeria, the Fulani's have been known to cause trouble in every states they are in.However, the Fulani's in Abia State have shown and proved that Fulani's are lovely people.According to them, they don't tolerate criminals in their midst and are trying their best to reduce criminal acts in their community.
Many people who love travelling should endeavour to learn about people's culture and tradition.This would help you stay out of trouble and not commit any taboos by defying their culture and tradition.If you want to visit any Fulani land, here are four taboos you should avoid.
1) Stop treating Kogi workers like slaves, Okai tells Governor Bello.Governor Yahaya Bello of Kogi State is treating workers of the state like slaves, a chieftain of the People's Democratic Party, Usman Okai has alleged.A statement by Okai on Thursday further alleged that local government workers, secondary schools teachers, and other workers employed in the state government are paid stipends by the state and local government without any explanations.
Dear Agitators, First of all, I would like to apologize for what Fulani herders had done to you and your relatives.As a true man of peace, I am so sorry to disappoint you because I am not supporting the Yoruba and Biafra Nation establishment.Let's focus on embracing one Nigeria and forget about Oduduwa and Biafra Nation.
In recent times, the Fulanis have been labelled as those fermenting trouble in every states but the Fulanis in Abia state have proven that the Fulanis are peace loving people, according to them, they don't harbour criminals in their midst and they wish to reduce criminal activities in the area to the barest minimum, you would recall that South Eastern part of the country recently launched a security outfit known as Ebube Agu, to this effect, the Fulani community at the Abia atate regional cattle market have indicated their interest to be part of the Ebube Agu The story was shared on the official Facebook page of Legit.ng, Speaking on the behalf of the other cattle rearers, their leader Mr Buba Kedumure said "We do not harbor criminals, the allegation is a calculated attempt by some disgruntled element within and outside the cattle market to incite the host community and the government against our community" Continuing he said that these allegations have led to mass exodus of the Fulani community from Abia state to the Northern part of the country for fear of their life, he also lamented that this has resulted in the high cost of cows from the North as suppliers are no longer willing to supply more cows as a result of fear and apprehension Rounding up his interactive session with some journalist, Mr Kedumure said that the Fulani community in Abia regional cattle market, Lokpanta wish to be included in the newly formed Ebube Agu outfit, he said the entire Fulani's should not be criticised because of some bad eggs amongst them Dave Umahi You would recall that the Ebube Agu outfit was formed on April 11 in ImO state after the South East Governors met on the need to form a security outfit to oversee and monitor the activities of vigilante groups in the region, the governors were led by Engineer Dave Umahi of Ebonyi state This move by the Fulani cattle rearers have drawn lots of reactions from Nigerians, some see their move as deceitful,while others believe that they are really craving for peace, see some of Nigerians reactions below The move by the Fulani is a good one, but we just hope some people do not read a negative meaning to their move for peace, let us hear your opinion to this write up, also remember to follow this page for more interesting updates, like and share too
Fulani are semi-nomadic cattle Herders, that are traveling from one community to another to find a land where their cattle can graze on In Nigeria, the fulani are mostly concentrated in the North but a combination of political instability and drought is pushing them further, where they are coming into conflict with local farming communities Over the past few years, tension between farmers and Herdsmen have risen sharply, were farmers accused herders for using opening grazing to kill, Kidnap and destroy their farmland and product Recall that at the beginning of the year 2021, Fulani Herdsmen were been chased away from Yoruba Land by angry youths over the allegation of killing, banditry, Kidnapping and sleeping with women.
Today's News: Suspected Fulani Gunnmen Abduct Fulani People In Oyo, MURIC Asks Pantami Not To Resign
Suspected Fulani Gunnmen Abduct Fulani People In Oyo Suspected Fulani kidnappers have kidnapped their tribesmen in Ayete and Iganna in the Oke Ogun area of Oyo State.They have demanded N10 million in ransom from the Ayete victim and N3 million from his Iganna counterpart.MURIC Asks Pantami Not To Resign The Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) says Nigeria’s cybersecurity war will suffer a setback if Isa Pantami, minister of communications and digital planning, resigns.
Today's Headlines: PDP Debunks Suspension Rumour Of Kwankwaso, Suspected 20-Year-Old Fulani Man Arrested
PDP Debunks Purported Suspension Of Kwankwaso, Babangida Aliyu.The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) debunks claims in misleading documents being circulated by some mischievous individuals purporting that former Kano State Governor, Senator Rabiu Kwankwaso, has been suspended from the party.The PDP states clearly that Senator Kwakwanso is not suspended from the party adding that any claim of suspension by any individual or group, purporting to be representing any organ of our party at any level, is a mere fabrication and should be discountenanced.
Today's Headlines: Fulani Man Kidnapped In Oyo, Kidnappers Demand 7M, Tanker Explosion Claims At Least 12 Lives In Benue
According to the news recently published by Punch Newspaper, a young Fulani man was confirmed abducted by some unknown gunmen in Oyo State.The victim who was said to be Amodu Shehu was kidnapped by gummen at Abule Oba community, in the Ibarapa North Local Government Area of Oyo state.
It is no longer news that the new security outfit known as "EbubeAgu", which was launched by the southeastern governors has been trending on the pages of the news.According to the latest news gathered this evening, it was disclosed that the Hausa/Fulani community at the Abia Regional Cattle Market located in Lokpanta, has demanded inclusion in Ebubeagu security outfit.
Maimuna Abubakar is a well-known Kannywood celebrity born in the city of Gombe, Gombe State on 20th April, 2021.She is popularly called Momee Gombe.Her mother and her father are Fulani natives.She was raised in Gombe State where she got her primary and secondary school certificates.
Suspected Fulani kidnappers have kidnapped their tribesmen in Ayete and Iganna in the Oke Ogun area of Oyo State.They have demanded N10 million in ransom from the Ayete victim and N3 million from his Iganna counterpart.According to the Tribune Online, one of the victims, Amadu Shehu Imoru, age 40, was kidnapped in Aba Ayete village around 7pm on Friday when gunmen stormed the village and fired indiscriminately.
The problem of insecurity in Nigeria is becoming a situation that seems to be getting out of hand each day.People wake up with fears of Banditry, Kidnappers, Boko Haram attack, Fulani headers violation and other terrorism situation going on in the nation.However, A United States Army veteran whom spoke with Channels Television Warns Nigerian over Worsening the situation of insecurity in the country.
Governors in the southeastern part of the country recently launched a security outfit named Ebube Agu, and not long after this, the Hausa/Fulani community in Abia state have demanded to be part and parcel of this security outfit.Following the accusations made about harboring of herders and bandits, the leaders of the community, cattle dealers and traders have tried to refute all rumours of such, saying it was a strategy used by some disgruntled elements within and outside their community to turn the government against them.
1.Osinbajo briefs Buhari after UK trip: The President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), on Monday received briefing from Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo.The briefing, held at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, was meant to update the President of developments while he was away.
Lately, there have been series of insecurity issues in the south east region.There have been series of attacks against police officers and police stations.Just few weeks ago, it was on the news that unknown gunmen attacked a prison in Imo State and freed hundreds of inmates.
The rate of kidnapping in the country is on the high side as there have been several reports of people who have fallen victim to these kidnappers.It is unfortunate that some people have lost their lives as a result.A 20-year-old suspected Fulani kidnapper was arrested by the police along the Ife/Ibadan express way.
The 20-Year-Old Suspected Fulani Kidnapper who is popularly known as, Muhammad Has Finally Revealed How He Carry Out his kidnapping operations.What this 24-year-old suspect Fulani Kidnapper said has been generating different reactions on the internet since today.According to a recent report that was made by Sahara reporters, they took to their Twitter page and shared screenshots of how this 20-year-old suspected Fulani Kidnapper carry out his kidnapping operations.
Today's Headlines: Chadian Army Declare 5 Soldiers, 300 Rebels Dead, Suspected Fulani Gunmen Abduct Fellow Fulani In Oyo
Chadian Army Declares 5 Soldiers Dead, 300 Rebels Dead.The Chadian armed force said on Monday it had killed 300 agitators who pursued a significant attack into the north of the country eight days prior, adding that it had lost five of its fighters.An intensely outfitted revolutionary gathering dispatched an assault from its back base in Libya on April 11, that very day as Chad's official political decision that is required to see the occupant Idriss Deby Itno ready to broaden his 30-year rule.