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|Evil Fulani Marauders And Complicit Buhari Government by Positiveminds(m): 8:22pm On Jan 03|
The agonies of women and children rendered homeless by the notorious Fulani terrorists and the apparent continuous systematic decimation of identified communities are clear messages that Nigeria is already at war.
It is still on record that when the IPOB began to rise up against the nation, calling Nigeria zoo and all that, President Buhari wasted no time in sending the military to occupy the South East of Nigeria. Many armless youth were killed and the group was immediately labeled a terrorists.
The act of terrorism from the Fulani jihadists is not in any way comparable to the activities of IPOB. These Fulani fighters evoke terror, they carry death and have been destructive demons , carrying out styled ethnic cleansing. The President cannot pretend to be unaware of the evils of these Marauders. It offends every sense of reason that there is no effort whatsoever to tame this ugly development.
My guess is that there is complicity of the government in the plan to wipe away some communities in Benue State and Southern Kaduna. The time for the citizens to fight is now. It is either they approve of state police or people should be allowed to defend themselves in whatsoever way possible.
|Re: Evil Fulani Marauders And Complicit Buhari Government by afbstrategies: 8:36pm On Jan 03|
They are not acting like a government that cares at all and that's very sad.
|Re: Evil Fulani Marauders And Complicit Buhari Government by yanshDoctor: 10:48pm On Jan 03|
what do you expect from mark of the beast
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