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Hausa-fulani Youths Protest In Benue by Reelectbuhari: 5:58pm On Jan 13
In what look like a well organised plot, some Hausa- Fulani youths blocked all major streets and staged bloody protests in Makurdi, Benue State, on Saturday.
There was pandemonium in the state capital as the youths smashed vehicles, manhandled innocent people and shot others.
The residents and business owners hurriedly closed their shops and ran home for fear of unknown.
The protests which caught many unaware started simultaneously at 9:30 a.m. in Wadata, Wurukum, Northbank and Angwan – Jukun areas, all in Makurdi town.
These areas are mostly populated by Hausa- Fulani people.
At Wadata, the Hausa youths barricaded the busy Ankpa quarters junction and smashed over 15 vehicles and wounded many passengers until a team of policemen arrived the scene.
They carried out their operation up to Madikpo and Dele Bookshop.
But their attempt to break into Igbo electronic shops and cart away good was met with a stiff resistance from the traders and fight broke out.
All the shops in Makurdi were shut and traders, mostly Igbos formed groups and keep watch over them to prevent hoodlums from taking advantage.
Unconfirmed government source alleged that there was a grand plot to unleash mayhem in the state and forced the government to declare a state of emergency.
The state Governor, Samuel Ortom, through his Chief Press Secretary, Terver Akase, condemned the riots and asked security agents to arrest the suspects.




http://thenationonlineng.net/hausa-fulani-youths-protest-benue/

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Re: Hausa-fulani Youths Protest In Benue by usba: 6:14pm On Jan 13
grin grin our ever so hypocritical media down south, whenever it suits their agenda it becomes hausa-fulani when they want to strike discord they refer to them separately. Just like they classify the North as one for PMB appointment and the South as 3 regions. When Fulani herdmens attack they separate the North again. Hypocrisy media

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Re: Hausa-fulani Youths Protest In Benue by zionmde: 6:30pm On Jan 13
After Benue pls u guys should visit Kwara and the rest. Yesterday they were hailing killing of Igbos that they branded terrorists not knowing today might be their turn. One thing is for sure, Benue won't be the last.
mark my words as long as BUHARI is there, it will spread throughout the north and some parts of the south. I know how Hausa's and Fulani reason. they are fearlessly lawless as long as Nigeria is concerned.

one question to ask, wat has sultan said about this?


Anyway let's enjoy our one Nigeria
sai buhari, the only change we had craved for.
the best president in the world.
ONYE GBA OSO?

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Re: Hausa-fulani Youths Protest In Benue by Reelectbuhari: 6:39pm On Jan 13
very pathetic.....
why would they want to destroy people goods
Re: Hausa-fulani Youths Protest In Benue by fergusen(m): 6:44pm On Jan 13
shocked
They wanted to change the narrative...
Re: Hausa-fulani Youths Protest In Benue by ModsWillKillNL: 6:45pm On Jan 13
Igbos are very vulnerable. Why?
Why are they always in precarious situations?

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Re: Hausa-fulani Youths Protest In Benue by Ikengawo: 6:47pm On Jan 13
Reelectbuhari:
In what look like a well organised plot, some Hausa- Fulani youths blocked all major streets and staged bloody protests in Makurdi, Benue State, on Saturday.
There was pandemonium in the state capital as the youths smashed vehicles, manhandled innocent people and shot others.
The residents and business owners hurriedly closed their shops and ran home for fear of unknown.
The protests which caught many unaware started simultaneously at 9:30 a.m. in Wadata, Wurukum, Northbank and Angwan – Jukun areas, all in Makurdi town.
These areas are mostly populated by Hausa- Fulani people.
At Wadata, the Hausa youths barricaded the busy Ankpa quarters junction and smashed over 15 vehicles and wounded many passengers until a team of policemen arrived the scene.
They carried out their operation up to Madikpo and Dele Bookshop.
But their attempt to break into Igbo electronic shops and cart away good was met with a stiff resistance from the traders and fight broke out.
All the shops in Makurdi were shut and traders, mostly Igbos formed groups and keep watch over them to prevent hoodlums from taking advantage.
Unconfirmed government source alleged that there was a grand plot to unleash mayhem in the state and forced the government to declare a state of emergency.
The state Governor, Samuel Ortom, through his Chief Press Secretary, Terver Akase, condemned the riots and asked security agents to arrest the suspects.




http://thenationonlineng.net/hausa-fulani-youths-protest-benue/


LOL wtf is happening in Benue?

Fulani kill women and children at night
Benue ppl kill them in the day
and the come to rob Igbo people?

wow

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Re: Hausa-fulani Youths Protest In Benue by IAmSkinny: 6:47pm On Jan 13
For real? For Benue state again? These bastards get mind o.
Re: Hausa-fulani Youths Protest In Benue by Amarabae(f): 6:48pm On Jan 13
ModsWillKillNL:
Igbos are very vulnerable. Why?
Why are they always in precarious situations?
what brought Igbos into this discussion?
Ezioha, mkpi, afo zagwa gi.

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Re: Hausa-fulani Youths Protest In Benue by fergusen(m): 6:50pm On Jan 13
Lalasticlala
Re: Hausa-fulani Youths Protest In Benue by ModsWillKillNL: 6:53pm On Jan 13
Amarabae:
what brought Igbos into this discussion?
Ezioha, mkpi, afo zagwa gi.


They carried out their operation up to Madikpo and Dele Bookshop.
But their attempt to break into Igbo electronic shops and cart away good was met with a stiff resistance from the traders and fight broke out.
All the shops in Makurdi were shut and traders, mostly Igbos formed groups and keep watch over them to prevent hoodlums from taking advantage.


Try and read.
Don't be a lazy dulllaard!

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Re: Hausa-fulani Youths Protest In Benue by Reelectbuhari: 7:24pm On Jan 13
Amarabae:
what brought Igbos into this discussion? Ezioha, mkpi, afo zagwa gi.

amarabae u didn't read the news well.....
he was right at what he was saying.....
they wanted to attack igbo shops but they were resisted...
Re: Hausa-fulani Youths Protest In Benue by Reelectbuhari: 7:25pm On Jan 13
ModsWillKillNL:



They carried out their operation up to Madikpo and Dele Bookshop.
But their attempt to break into Igbo electronic shops and cart away good was met with a stiff resistance from the traders and fight broke out.
All the shops in Makurdi were shut and traders, mostly Igbos formed groups and keep watch over them to prevent hoodlums from taking advantage.


Try and read.
Don't be a lazy dulllaard!


please don't curse her maybe she didn't read it well...

just leave her
Re: Hausa-fulani Youths Protest In Benue by kindklemz(m): 8:07pm On Jan 13
Chai, these people are crazily insane. What sort of lie us this?
Hausa Fulani blocking road in Makurdi town? Op,yiu are pathetic with your lies?
How many Hausa Fulanis are makurdi town?
Can Hausa Fulani block Douglas road I Owerri?
Same way it's impossible with Owerri is same with Makurdi.
Go think of another lie jare

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Re: Hausa-fulani Youths Protest In Benue by Balkan(m): 8:10pm On Jan 13
I know their target is to still Igbo goods and money
But thanks to the Igbos who defended their business very well.

I will continue to tell benue people and MB that you can only pally with the Igbos to save you from this vampiers. Igbos are your friends and not your enemy.

You dont belong to the North. They only use you as northerners during elections for your votes and kill you after.

Be wise for once.

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Re: Hausa-fulani Youths Protest In Benue by zombieTRACKER: 8:12pm On Jan 13
usba:
grin grin our ever so hypocritical media down south, whenever it suits their agenda it becomes hausa-fulani when they want to strike discord they refer to them separately. Just like they classify the North as one for PMB appointment and the South as 3 regions. When Fulani herdmens attack they separate the North again. Hypocrisy media

People see you for what you are

A bloody hypocrite
Twisting the truth to suit your narrative will not help you in any way

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Re: Hausa-fulani Youths Protest In Benue by usba: 8:14pm On Jan 13
zombieTRACKER:


People see you for what you are

A bloody hypocrite
Twisting the truth to suit your narrative will not help you in any way


When you find Nnamdi Cownu the coward then you can quote me! Now go searching!
Re: Hausa-fulani Youths Protest In Benue by Warship: 8:14pm On Jan 13
See moral.

In the end IPOB members defended their investments deep within a foreign territory.

IPOBs are terrorists

Fulani herdsmen terrorists are developers.
Re: Hausa-fulani Youths Protest In Benue by zombieTRACKER: 8:14pm On Jan 13
Reelectbuhari:
very pathetic.....

why would they want to destroy people goods

Thunder fire any body who wants to reelectbuhari
The blood of innocent people will hunt them down
Stupid animals

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Re: Hausa-fulani Youths Protest In Benue by AlfaSeltzer(m): 8:17pm On Jan 13
ModsWillKillNL:
Igbos are very vulnerable. Why?
Why are they always in precarious situations?

Igbos resisted them and stopped them from looting goods. How is that vulnerable?

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Re: Hausa-fulani Youths Protest In Benue by zombieTRACKER: 8:18pm On Jan 13
usba:
[s][/s]

When you find Nnamdi Cownu the coward then you can quote me! Now go searching!

Headless zombie who breaths to defend a pathetic Fulani terrorist in aso rock...
That's not life ... You can't be counted among the living

Now go hit your head on the ground somewhere...

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Re: Hausa-fulani Youths Protest In Benue by ModsWillKillNL: 8:19pm On Jan 13
AlfaSeltzer:


Igbos resisted them and stopped them from looting goods. How is that vulnerable?

What if they didn't?
What if they couldn't
Why wasn't any other tribe mentioned?

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Re: Hausa-fulani Youths Protest In Benue by Justiceleague1: 8:20pm On Jan 13
ModsWillKillNL:



They carried out their operation up to Madikpo and Dele Bookshop.
But their attempt to break into Igbo electronic shops and cart away good was met with a stiff resistance from the traders and fight broke out.
All the shops in Makurdi were shut and traders, mostly Igbos formed groups and keep watch over them to prevent hoodlums from taking advantage.


Try and read.
Don't be a lazy dulllaard!


Eternal zombie incorporated

grin

Honorable zombiegrin

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Re: Hausa-fulani Youths Protest In Benue by usba: 8:23pm On Jan 13
zombieTRACKER:


Headless zombie who breaths to defend a pathetic Fulani terrorist in aso rock...
That's not life ... You can't be counted among the living

Now go hit your head on the ground somewhere...


Where is Cownu? Or is his smelly bleached skin decaying faster than normal? Find Cownu before you can even think of quoting me, get to work!
Re: Hausa-fulani Youths Protest In Benue by zombieTRACKER: 8:25pm On Jan 13
usba:
[s][/s]

Where is Cownu? Or is his smelly bleached skin decaying faster than normal? Find Cownu before you can even think of quoting me, get to work!

Empty head... Brainless entity
Keep repeating yourself
That's all you are good at
Bmc programmed zombie

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Re: Hausa-fulani Youths Protest In Benue by AlfaSeltzer(m): 8:25pm On Jan 13
ModsWillKillNL:


What if they didn't?
What if they couldn't
Why wasn't any other tribe mentioned?

I really don't like doing "what if" analysis.

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Re: Hausa-fulani Youths Protest In Benue by Justiceleague1: 8:28pm On Jan 13
Afonja coneheads now grin grin

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Re: Hausa-fulani Youths Protest In Benue by usba: 8:28pm On Jan 13
zombieTRACKER:


Empty head... Brainless entity
Keep repeating yourself
That's all you are good at
Bmc programmed zombie


Boy get to work even if it is cownu smelly bones with patches of bleached skin you can find please do it, but all your insults isn't gonna bring him out of his sewage pit! grin grin grin
Re: Hausa-fulani Youths Protest In Benue by ModsWillKillNL: 8:36pm On Jan 13
AlfaSeltzer:


I really don't like doing "what if" analysis.

That's evidence they are/were actually vulnerable.
Re: Hausa-fulani Youths Protest In Benue by mightyhaze: 8:38pm On Jan 13
botu one omenkalived was busy showing us some purported backstreet shots from his rickety cab,claiming there was neva any protests in makurdi, and that 'enemies of nigeria' are just making things up...

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Re: Hausa-fulani Youths Protest In Benue by vinnex: 8:45pm On Jan 13
Fake news,who will give Hausa/Fulani youth the mind to even come out on the road and stage a protest.
Re: Hausa-fulani Youths Protest In Benue by mightyhaze: 8:50pm On Jan 13
Balkan:
I know their target is to still Igbo goods and money
But thanks to the Igbos who defended their business very well.

I will continue to tell benue people and MB that you can only pally with the Igbos to save you from this vampiers. Igbos are your friends and not your enemy.

You dont belong to the North. They only use you as northerners during elections for your votes and kill you after.

Be wise for once.
very true. i think not that any igbo has ever attacked and killed a benue indigene.. instead the successful ones like i knw them must have helped a great deal of benue indigenes in several ways..

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