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Re: Oyo Farmers Flee As Herdsmen Attack Igangan Again by elgramz: 4:17pm On Jan 31, 2021
yinkus6750:
I expected the government to have moved in enough military personnel to protect lives and property in the entire Ibarapa area.
Iindecision of doing the right thing creates tension and leads to lawlessness.
The new service Chiefs should hit the ground running with more tactical moves that will douse the overheated security situation. Let's have peace once and for all
You don't know anything, the fulanis are acting with the full support of their brothers in the government and military. You will wait for eternity to see any action by the security forces against the Fulani miscreants. So long as Buhari remains in power, nothing will be done to them.

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Re: Oyo Farmers Flee As Herdsmen Attack Igangan Again by ceeceeuwa: 4:18pm On Jan 31, 2021
This is what nde ukwuani call "dumli ebulu okwanli". May our good not put us in trouble!

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Re: Oyo Farmers Flee As Herdsmen Attack Igangan Again by mightyhazell: 4:18pm On Jan 31, 2021
T9ksy:



Geez! Are you truly, igbo? Sorry, my question is not supposed to be an insult on your person rather i was so moved by your unique post that i just have to respond. It eschews maturity, critical analysis, sincerity and foresight which has been missing from all the posts from our ibo brothers, on this thread. Rather, all they do is laugh and goad us and wish worse calamities befall us whilst conveniently ignoring that the same fate is currently going on in their homelands.

Am yoruba to the core and whilst i may not like Kanu, simply because of some of his utterances towards my ethnic group but I wholeheartedly support his ESN initiative. In fact, much more than our Amotekun which has now been rendered toothless by our ambitious, self-serving and myopic political leaders.

The country is about to implode and i believe the ibos are more ready for this occasion through the ESN than we yorubas but recent events with the instrumentality of social media has woken up quite a few of them. These fulanis are on a mission of conquestand aim't gonna stop until they reach a "brick wall".
wow .. its now kanu eh? no longer cownu,kunu or lamidi?


anyways i pray say one by one sense go reach all of una..


When the fg oppress the east,west rationalises it and gives it more validation

when tables turn on the west,the east is infuriated and speaks up or at worst keeps a neutral/silent stance . well,as humans some may feel the need to remind you that you were the biggest supporters and cheerers when afaraukwu came under military bombardment a few years ago for no just cause

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Re: Oyo Farmers Flee As Herdsmen Attack Igangan Again by Basemann: 4:20pm On Jan 31, 2021
Neddstark:


Look at this baby factory people. After Fulani gets expelled, your okpa eating people are next out of our land.
shocked

Re: Oyo Farmers Flee As Herdsmen Attack Igangan Again by mightyhazell: 4:21pm On Jan 31, 2021
mp3ree:





Good talk,everything is not gra gra.They should level the playing field for every tribe not for only killer fulanis
lol,this is not what the east has been clamouring over the years while the west lent its voice and support to the oppressor?


Welcome to the wailing camp. two is company..lol
Re: Oyo Farmers Flee As Herdsmen Attack Igangan Again by faste: 4:22pm On Jan 31, 2021
AdakaBoro8:
u get brain at all? we ss are never ur brothers, so focused only on ur landlocked se.
You are a fulani paid agent to divide the south

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Re: Oyo Farmers Flee As Herdsmen Attack Igangan Again by FireTheMods: 4:23pm On Jan 31, 2021
grin
Re: Oyo Farmers Flee As Herdsmen Attack Igangan Again by AdakaBoro8(m): 4:23pm On Jan 31, 2021
TrueNigerian300:
Southerner with noise everywhere!!! Keep making noise and expect federal govt to come and defend you. Dem never kill una ooook. Imagine fulanis killing people in your land and you are shouting federal govt. Smh
thank u. but not all southerners are weak and crying.. its only lazy but boastful igbos and yorubas crying..
Re: Oyo Farmers Flee As Herdsmen Attack Igangan Again by AdakaBoro8(m): 4:29pm On Jan 31, 2021
faste:
You are a fulani paid agent to divide the south
fool. keep on die and begging for unity.. attach attach people. if u igbos want brothers, then go and have fulani maloudas as a brother.. we ijaws are ok. we dont need any fucking brother..
Re: Oyo Farmers Flee As Herdsmen Attack Igangan Again by ibolord(m): 4:31pm On Jan 31, 2021
"For glory's sake, for vengeance sake, waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaar"......In Xerxes voice.
Re: Oyo Farmers Flee As Herdsmen Attack Igangan Again by Damseldammie(f): 4:33pm On Jan 31, 2021
Again

I’m waiting for what Seyi Makinde ,Buhari ,IG, Badejo & the likes of those blaming Sunday Igboho
Re: Oyo Farmers Flee As Herdsmen Attack Igangan Again by Neddstark: 4:37pm On Jan 31, 2021
madukaanaya:
look at this cowards and promiscuous misfits.afonjas are slaves of fulani

You who are not slaves. How far na. Why una leaders run commot during war?
Re: Oyo Farmers Flee As Herdsmen Attack Igangan Again by Myself2(m): 4:38pm On Jan 31, 2021
Nwodosis:
The West never believed Nnamdi Kanu when he was hammering on Fulanization agenda, they called him Kunu, Cownu, Albino. How market now? The Fulanis are just testing the microphone o, they are yet to start.

That reminds me, lately I've not seen any of those Yoruba nairalanders call Nnamdi Kanu Cownu of late, I wonder why.

Well to err is human..........this is the time for all sons and daughters of Oduduwa to rally round the parts of the SW that are currently in distress, the elites, the ones that truly love their native land should support in every way possible, cash and kind to match these criminal fulanis masquerading as herdsmen, weapon for weapon, violence for violence till they chase the back to wherever they came from irrespective of whoever is backing them from the top. My land is my land and you cannot come and take it over

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Re: Oyo Farmers Flee As Herdsmen Attack Igangan Again by Neddstark: 4:38pm On Jan 31, 2021
Basemann:
wink

Eventually within the next 50 years, that Igbo landlord must show his Odua passport or vacate that house for a Yoruba to live in.
Re: Oyo Farmers Flee As Herdsmen Attack Igangan Again by Dong2: 4:39pm On Jan 31, 2021
Mgbadike80:


https://punchng.com/oyo-crisis-farmers-flee-as-herdsmen-allegedly-attack-igangan-again/

These herdsmen go see anyhow soon. Dem think say dem get power butdem no get sense
Re: Oyo Farmers Flee As Herdsmen Attack Igangan Again by AdakaBoro8(m): 4:40pm On Jan 31, 2021
Mzihterchibest:
don't say that we are all one am from Rivers State
shut up. ijaws can never be one with any landlocked and barren igbo. u better relocate to abia or enugu.
Re: Oyo Farmers Flee As Herdsmen Attack Igangan Again by Yemisi87: 4:46pm On Jan 31, 2021
mike8804:
the Fulani guy will soon be chased out....yorubas don't play with land. Only opc will take care of him

When last did you hear from OPC? The Aare Ona Kakanfo is in Lagos watching premier league.

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Re: Oyo Farmers Flee As Herdsmen Attack Igangan Again by kechywillz(m): 4:47pm On Jan 31, 2021
T9ksy:



Geez! Are you truly, igbo? Sorry, my question is not supposed to be an insult on your person rather i was so moved by your unique post that i just have to respond. It eschews maturity, critical analysis, sincerity and foresight which has been missing from all the posts from our ibo brothers, on this thread. Rather, all they do is laugh and goad us and wish worse calamities befall us whilst conveniently ignoring that the same fate is currently going on in their homelands.

Am yoruba to the core and whilst i may not like Kanu, simply because of some of his utterances towards my ethnic group but I wholeheartedly support his ESN initiative. In fact, much more than our Amotekun which has now been rendered toothless by our ambitious, self-serving and myopic political leaders.

The country is about to implode and i believe the ibos are more ready for this occasion through the ESN than we yorubas but recent events with the instrumentality of social media has woken up quite a few of them. These fulanis are on a mission of conquestand aim't gonna stop until they reach a "brick wall".
Don't get too emotional about things you read on nairaland,I have developed thick skin to banters against my tribe(igbo) as well. I really sympathise with your people here because if it is happens to my people there would probably have yorubas who are empathise with us,the common goals here is to defend your territory,your godfathers,politicians wouldnt do it for u,they already have means to secure there lives by traveling out of the country when it ensues. Defend ur selves

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Re: Oyo Farmers Flee As Herdsmen Attack Igangan Again by ImperialYoruba: 4:49pm On Jan 31, 2021
gtown:

Hahhahahaha! After reading the cut and paste, I asked myself ''where is Sunday Igboho to honor the challenge put before him by Wakil?''

Tell wakil, when a Yoruba show up ready for battle we don't want him pushing phone buttons to send sos to Army and Police o. We saw seriki immediately push phone button when Igboho showed up. grin

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Re: Oyo Farmers Flee As Herdsmen Attack Igangan Again by Kinikini: 4:50pm On Jan 31, 2021
What difference has believing or not believing Nnamdi Kanu got to do with the issue. Have the Igbos who believed him solved the herders' problem? You guys keep over doing image laundering for Kanu. If he is truly one of us, he should have stayed to lead the struggles, not run to the safety of the western world. 7

quote author=Nwodosis post=98596875]The West never believed Nnamdi Kanu when he was hammering on Fulanization agenda, they called him Kunu, Cownu, Albino. How market now? The Fulanis are just testing the microphone o, they are yet to start.[/quote]
Re: Oyo Farmers Flee As Herdsmen Attack Igangan Again by iyke2frankeze: 4:50pm On Jan 31, 2021
Yorubas should stop provoking the Fulanis. Why would they as Nigerians to vacate from a Nigerian territory? The Fulanis have the right to live in any part of Nigeria including South Western Nigeria.
Re: Oyo Farmers Flee As Herdsmen Attack Igangan Again by 400billionman: 4:50pm On Jan 31, 2021
Dpharisee:
And some ignorants are castigating Igbos for taking measures to stem this tide with the formation of ESN, they even cheered Nigerian Army for clashing with ESN in Orlu killing many Igbos.
I think the Igbo guys are smarter by forming a formidable armed group with bush war tactics while leaving the security of the villages with vigilantes unlike Amotekun that is turning into Hisbah monitoring how people dress on the road.
Because the mode of operation of ESN is not fully known, it has sent fears into Fulani militia, even soldiers implementing curfew in Orlu after the clash flee at night from 6pm only to return in the morning from 7am to harass citizens, because they realised they were vulnerable at night to the forest warriors of ESN trained in night combat in the bush.

You are a clown.

Lol.
Re: Oyo Farmers Flee As Herdsmen Attack Igangan Again by ariesbull: 4:54pm On Jan 31, 2021
Nwodosis:
The West never believed Nnamdi Kanu when he was hammering on Fulanization agenda, they called him Kunu, Cownu, Albino. How market now? The Fulanis are just testing the microphone o, they are yet to start.
don't mind those sophisticated moroons
Re: Oyo Farmers Flee As Herdsmen Attack Igangan Again by mightyhazell: 5:05pm On Jan 31, 2021
EdoDefence:

lol I dey Benin I go no where. long live Benin Kingdom
kebbi u mean...


Birnin kebbi
Re: Oyo Farmers Flee As Herdsmen Attack Igangan Again by techtechh: 5:07pm On Jan 31, 2021
Qelvin:

My people no dey listen, that's why these irrelevant minorities keep insulting Igbos because we just can't learn to mind our own business and tend to our regional affairs. ESN is a South East regional security network, and the protection of the South Eastern states is first and foremost a priority... we can extend our hand of help to our SS Igbo brothers if they want us to. But for now make all Aboki just carry him own kettle, I'm sure the South South can protect themselves with or without our help.
Who told you people that igbos are relevant.
Have seen any ss talking about se? We don’t care about you people and stop dragging us into you worthless igbotic uselessness.

The ground is open to insult Yoruba as you guys are really enjoying the show down between them and Fulani.
Re: Oyo Farmers Flee As Herdsmen Attack Igangan Again by kechywillz(m): 5:07pm On Jan 31, 2021
maestro299:
Smh... How did a thread on Fulani violence degenerate into a Yoruba vs Igbo E-war?
Lol my brother I tire,I wonder what they benefit from fighting themselves,its too childish of them,instead of finding a means to defeat the common enemy they attack themselves,in reality both tribes dont fight themselves this way,I just wonder. BTW,am igbo

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Re: Oyo Farmers Flee As Herdsmen Attack Igangan Again by Ituku4040: 5:08pm On Jan 31, 2021
ABUJA—The Presidency, yesterday, charged those against the administration’s ranching and colony programmes for herdsmen to rethink, noting that they are better off living with the ranches and colonies than dying through the persisting conflicts.

Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Chief Femi Adesina, speaking on an AIT morning programme in response to a question on ancestral attachments to land said: “Ancestral attachment? You can only have ancestral attachment when you are alive.

If you are talking about ancestral attachment, if you are dead, how does the attachment matter? The exhortation from the Presidency came on a day Speaker of the House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara, said that history would be harsh on the present administration if it failed to stop the mass killing of innocent Nigerians.

This is even as the Christian Association of Nigeria, CAN, in the 17 Southern states yesterday said the insecurity pervading the country, particularly in the North Central zone, poses grave danger to the conduct of next year’s general elections.

Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Chief Femi Adesina, gave the admonishment as he alleged a conspiracy by alleged critics of the administration to frustrate moves towards resolving the crises in the country. Adesina, who spoke on AIT morning programme, said it was wrong to describe the attacks against farmers as one directed against Christians.

He said: “Hundreds have been killed in Zamfara, are they Christians? People have been killed in Birnin Gwari, are they Christians? “What is happening is criminality, pure and simple, and it must be brought to an end. Government has a big role to play in this but the people themselves have a role to play.” Noting what he described as a campaign to stop the implementation of the administration’s plans to check the farmers-herders conflict, Adesina said: “Some people are saying don’t use government money to build ranches. If truly they don’t have lands, that is fine, but remember that Kogi State offered 15,000 hectares of land for cattle colony and in the midst of that offer vicious attacks were unleashed.

“In Plateau State, where we had the recent orgy of killings, the government has offered land for ranches and I tell you that some people are interested in this thing not being resolved.” Better alive than a dead land owner".

Adesina Asked about the ancestral attachment by the people of those states to their lands, he said: “Ancestral attachment? You can only have ancestral attachment when you are alive. If you are talking about ancestral attachment, if you are dead, how does the attachment matter? “The National Economic Council that recommended ranching didn’t just legislate it, there were recommendations. “So, if your state genuinely does not have land for ranching, it is understandable; not every state will have land for ranches. But where you have land and you can do something, please do for peace. What will the land be used for if those who own it are dead at the end of the day?”

Adesina further said the administration is doing its best to ensure peace throughout the country. “There are different theatres of crises in the country and you may look at each theatre with its peculiarities. In the Middle Belt, it has its own peculiarities and what is the peculiarity of that, Farmers-Herders conflict. What has the government done? “It has sent in security agencies starting with the police, later troops, later different operations by the military,” he said.

https://www.vanguardngr.com/2018/07/giving-land-ranching-better-death-presidency/
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Re: Oyo Farmers Flee As Herdsmen Attack Igangan Again by mightyhazell: 5:08pm On Jan 31, 2021
Ofemannnu:



lol

Did they say anybody was chased out of their village?



350 communities in Igboland have been taken over by the Fulanis.Fulanis have recolonised Igbos.Before the end of 2021,there will be up to 1000 communities taken over by the Fulanis while some Igbos are on the internet playing Rambo.


https://www.sunnewsonline.com/350-herdsmens-camps-exist-in-igbo-communities-intersociety-claims/
aw many communities dey igboland?
Re: Oyo Farmers Flee As Herdsmen Attack Igangan Again by EdoDefence: 5:10pm On Jan 31, 2021
mightyhazell:
kebbi u mean...



Birnin kebbi

shut the fvck up flatin0, when you lots get a heavy resistance from the south you tag the person a Fulani, but you are in luck you cos you did fvck up like that f**l called Qelvin.
when next he hears Benin e go close mouth

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Re: Oyo Farmers Flee As Herdsmen Attack Igangan Again by Coldie(m): 5:14pm On Jan 31, 2021
AdakaBoro8:
fool. keep on die and begging for unity.. attach attach people. if u igbos want brothers, then go and have fulani maloudas as a brother.. we ijaws are ok. we dont need any fucking brother..
We are not your brothers too. Stay your own cause Igbos in SS will never be your brothers

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Re: Oyo Farmers Flee As Herdsmen Attack Igangan Again by mightyhazell: 5:14pm On Jan 31, 2021
EdoDefence:


shut the fvck up flatin0, when you lots get a heavy resistance from the south you tag the person a Fulani, but you are in luck you cos you did fvck up like that f**l called Qelvin.
when next he hears Benin e go close mouth
Unintelligent alamajiri . keep trying your daft hands on impersonation. But you deceive no one else but you..lol

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