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Raped By Fulani Kidnappers In The Presence Of Hubby And Daughter by Mayng01(m): 9:34am On Jan 31, 2021
A Yoruba Muslim lady based abroad has narrated her experience with Fulani kidnappers during her visit to Nigeria for a wedding.

According to her, the Fulani kidnappers are an organised group with huge camp and a traditional medical team.

She stated that she became a relic and a sexual museum for the armed Fulani kidnappers who in turn addressed her and asked questions about her financial standing.

She said in a video that was recirculated following the upsurge in the atrocities of Fulani kidnappers (herdsmen) who engage in kidnapping, ransom taking and raping.

“Horror in the kidnappers den. It took me a long time of reflection to put this piece together. First, let me thank my husband for the emotional support, the counselling and for his belief in the creator of heaven and earth, which we call God or Allah.

“The journey began in Auchi (Edo State). We had travelled to Akure (Ondo State) on a Monday, stayed with my husband’s relations in the outskirt of this ancient town. In the evening of Monday, we visited the palace for dinner, my husband being a close friend to son of the King.

“On Tuesday, we left for Ibadan (Oyo State), via the Akure-Ilesa Road. Our plan was that after attending a wedding in Auchi, we would travel with (my husband) to Lagos, stay for few weeks before returning abroad, where I had lived with my husband and children for more than a decade.

“We were in the car of a close family friend, an accountant who gave his time and energy for our comfort. We were five in the car, myself, my husband, our daughter, a lady who is my husband’s niece, who had joined us in Akure with the hope of travelling with us to Lagos.

“The driver of the accountant maintained a normal speed. He drove professionally. That gave me a lot of comfort and I felt I could find time to sleep a bit. My daughter was next to me, just nine. She was coming to Nigeria with me for the second time. Shortly after the Ijare junction, the driver felt the wagon’s tires ruptured and decided to pack the car with the hope of changing the tires.

“It was like a film. In a jiffy, a motley crowd of armed men in military uniform came out of the bush. They fired at the boot of the car. Ahead of us, five of them came out of the bush, another two came from the rear. My daughter screamed: ‘Mummy, daddy, what’s going on?’

“There was no time to say a word. These Fulani kidnappers marched us through into the bush, firing into the sky. They hit me on my chest, hit my daughter on her head, blood oozed. At this time, it was better to kill me. I shouted at one of the armed men.

“His response was hell. He went straight for my private part, tore my dress with his gun. The others ripped my dresses. I was left with my undies. My husband and my daughter started crying. Two of them dug their teeth into my breasts.

“While attending a secondary school in Adamawa, I had lived with some Fulani, so I understand a few Fulani words. I started pleading, at least for my daughter. To my shock, at gunpoint, they removed the dress of my little girl, one of them carried her on his head as my baby struggled, shouting: ‘Daddy, mummy, what’s going on? Help me.’

“I could not help myself. We were marched for nine hours. I was half naked. My daughter was totally naked. I felt her tears was like a stream of blood on her cheek. Our phones had been seized. We ended up in an ungoverned region in the thick of the forest.

“We met a well organised group. There were some kidnap victims. I saw two women, two ladies and three men. There were some people with their legs chained to trees. They were as if half dead. We were separated. I was separated from my husband. My daughter was taken away. I only heard her scream intermittently. I did not know what they were doing to her.

“These men, now about two dozen, had a full kitchen, they had a huge camp and a traditional medical team. But the camps appear isolated from each other. We heard noises afar indicating it might be nuclear settlements of camps. Right in my presence, I saw them pack the remains of a woman. They took her and buried her few meters away from us. She had tribal marks.

“I cannot describe the agony of six days in captivity in this little piece. I cannot talk about how they asked my husband to choose between myself being raped or that his daughter be raped. My husband broke down in uncontrollable tears. One of them hit him, saying: ‘Yoruba bastard, you dey cry. Idiot.’

“They now gave him the option that he should be raped by one homosexual among them. My husband is a devout Muslim. He told them homosexual and rape of any kind was against Islam. They hit him with the butt of AK 47: ‘What do you know about Islam?’

“You can imagine, you are being asked to choose between being raped by a homosexual, your daughter, just nine years old, or your wife being raped? They gave the fourth option: if you fail to choose, they would rape my daughter, rape my husband and rape me. I made myself the sacrificial lamb.

“My husband begged, saying they should name their price. One of them asked him to bend down. Three beastly criminals sat on his back, jumping until he was too weak to stand. I was not allowed to put on any additional cloth on my body for 24 hours. The rain fell once.

“New Fulani kidnappers joined the camp. They organised military training for the new Fulani men that came, teaching them how to shoot and walk through circles of glowing fire. We were not released until after six days. We had to walk the same zig-zag journey back to the main road, our eyes blindfolded. During the negotiation to pay, they said the money was not for them alone that they had to settle ‘those who send us’.

“For me, I see a thriving, organised crime supported by powerful political interests.

“Now, I do not think we were released to freedom after paying a whopping N8 million. I do not think we can ever be free, we can never be free, from the anguish, the psychological trauma, the nightmares we suffered, the occasional fits of our daughter, her waking up midnight behaving strangely, her asking the same question over and over: ‘Mummy, mummy, why? Why?’

“I do not have any answer. In my life, I have never passed through a torture chamber like this. I do not think any society should let this happen. I do not know the fate of those we met, and about seven other people brought during the six days we were in captivity. What I saw was a nation that has collapsed but pretends she lives, a people on life support.

“Crime is not restricted to Fulani people alone. We have Yoruba criminals. But Yoruba criminals are not as beastly. These elements are savages. I can’t imagine Yoruba thieves going to Sokoto or Maiduguri to kidnap Fulani people and keep them in their own bushes. It gives me mental torture that this is happening and some fools are even trying to justify or look for excuses.

“Well, as a devout Muslim, myself and my family have taken solace in Allah, not the Nigerian police, not the Army, not the governments. We have taken our faith the way it came. I thank God that we have successfully returned to where we live, thousands of miles from Nigeria. We thank God that we have made a vow: Never shall me, any of my children or husband in our lifetime visit Nigeria.

“Our remains any time we die, will also not be buried in Nigeria. It was a suggestion by my daughter, which we all adopted.

“I pity the country. I pity her people who continuously walk like the living dead. I pity those who parade themselves as leaders because they know nothing about what is going on and the abyss the country sunk already. I pity Yoruba people, oh, I pity you. I pity my people.

“For me, the issue is not about President (Muhammadu) Buhari. Democracy can produce anything, even the worst in the society. What I worry about is the conspiracy of silence by the people themselves, the ignorance, the treachery and the illusion that one day, things will get better through another election. Since I was born in Nigeria, each year had led from bad to worse and on and on.

“I do not have a solution to what is going on, but I think very soon, hell will let loose upon the earth as long as there is no law and order and anarchy and the rule of brute is the order of the day. Once again, there cannot be anything more comforting than my husband who saw what I went through but has been able to encourage me and even encouraged me to write this little piece after months of agony and sociological imbalance.”Read more on

https://thestreetjournal.org/2021/01/how-i-was-raped-by-fulani-kidnappers-while-my-husband-and-child-watched-woman-reveals-shocking-details-video/

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Re: Raped By Fulani Kidnappers In The Presence Of Hubby And Daughter by Mayng01(m): 9:37am On Jan 31, 2021
Nigeria is truly sitting on a gun powder. What a gruesome and hideous experience.

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Re: Raped By Fulani Kidnappers In The Presence Of Hubby And Daughter by chatinent(m): 9:37am On Jan 31, 2021
Hmmm
Re: Raped By Fulani Kidnappers In The Presence Of Hubby And Daughter by Beblessedbaba: 9:49am On Jan 31, 2021
@myndd @seun pls front page
Re: Raped By Fulani Kidnappers In The Presence Of Hubby And Daughter by Sundrus: 9:52am On Jan 31, 2021
Funny thing be say some animals(without brain & some change for pocket) still dey defend the state of the country, say e still better pass pdp regime(politics kill una there). Until these fools wake up, we no get choice but still dey do suffering & smiling.

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Re: Raped By Fulani Kidnappers In The Presence Of Hubby And Daughter by Jesse6(m): 10:04am On Jan 31, 2021
The painful thing is these are just the ones we see on social media

I believe there are so many of this kind of stories that have not reach the media yet

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Re: Raped By Fulani Kidnappers In The Presence Of Hubby And Daughter by Vinceobrian(m): 10:43am On Jan 31, 2021
This is a heartbroken experience

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Re: Raped By Fulani Kidnappers In The Presence Of Hubby And Daughter by cornelin(m): 11:04am On Jan 31, 2021
This is totally disheartening.
Security must be beef up to curb this increasing menace.
But my country....
Re: Raped By Fulani Kidnappers In The Presence Of Hubby And Daughter by Everlasting143: 11:23am On Jan 31, 2021
A very terrible ordeal. Nija which way
Re: Raped By Fulani Kidnappers In The Presence Of Hubby And Daughter by Macphenson: 11:34am On Jan 31, 2021
Ok
Re: Raped By Fulani Kidnappers In The Presence Of Hubby And Daughter by Seniorwriter(m): 11:35am On Jan 31, 2021
Why is this yet to make FP on here @SeunOsewa
@Lala
@Mndd44

Broadcasting should not be doctored but verified.

Proactivity Leads To Productivity!!!

@SeniorWriter

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Re: Raped By Fulani Kidnappers In The Presence Of Hubby And Daughter by Mike213: 11:53am On Jan 31, 2021
Get your passport and run from Nigeria while you still can especially in your youth

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Re: Raped By Fulani Kidnappers In The Presence Of Hubby And Daughter by Naughtysex: 11:59am On Jan 31, 2021
Take it or leave it Insult me if you like The truth is that Nigeria as a country is long dead

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Re: Raped By Fulani Kidnappers In The Presence Of Hubby And Daughter by piyoo91: 12:06pm On Jan 31, 2021
Honestly speaking, things are out of control in the country

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Re: Raped By Fulani Kidnappers In The Presence Of Hubby And Daughter by Ahamefuna0001(m): 12:11pm On Jan 31, 2021
I thought to you people Fulani are the best thing after a slice of bread, while Igbos are the worst set of humans. Una never see something...

Fulani in SW has come to stay and no Sunday Igboho can stop that. The earlier you learn to live with them the better.

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Re: Raped By Fulani Kidnappers In The Presence Of Hubby And Daughter by realstars: 12:30pm On Jan 31, 2021
Fulani The Worst In The World.

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Re: Raped By Fulani Kidnappers In The Presence Of Hubby And Daughter by Nobody: 2:01pm On Jan 31, 2021
These Fulani beasts are pushing other tribes to a point that the Nazi treatment of the Jews will look like charity work by Buddhist monks compared to what will happen to them. Those the gods want to kill, they first render mad...

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Re: Raped By Fulani Kidnappers In The Presence Of Hubby And Daughter by Nobody: 2:03pm On Jan 31, 2021
Ahamefuna0001:
I thought to you people Fulani are the best thing after a slice of bread, while Igbos are the worst set of humans. Una never see something...

Fulani in SW has come to stay and no Sunday Igboho can stop that. The earlier you learn to live with them the better.

Humans are discussing here. Pick your Gala carton and off you go.

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Re: Raped By Fulani Kidnappers In The Presence Of Hubby And Daughter by Nobody: 2:04pm On Jan 31, 2021
embarassed embarassed We thank you our darling daddy for this amazing story, the Ewedu drug baron has abandoned his people and left them an the mercy of his masters.

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Re: Raped By Fulani Kidnappers In The Presence Of Hubby And Daughter by 2shaw: 2:16pm On Jan 31, 2021
Fuc k. I always carry a dagger on me,no matter what. I'm ready for you bastards. Mama honestly i dont know what to say
Re: Raped By Fulani Kidnappers In The Presence Of Hubby And Daughter by Ahamefuna0001(m): 2:53pm On Jan 31, 2021
HedwigesMaduro:


Humans are discussing here. Pick your Gala carton and off you go.

Hope your rheumatism and pain relieve root medicine business is going well. I hope your mum has gone to hawk her agbo and Jedi Jedi? Oops, I forgot she can't go today becos Fulani are already terrorizing Ibarapa

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Re: Raped By Fulani Kidnappers In The Presence Of Hubby And Daughter by IgbohoSunday: 3:06pm On Jan 31, 2021
I will get them. Sorry madam and the innocent daughter
Re: Raped By Fulani Kidnappers In The Presence Of Hubby And Daughter by Nobody: 3:58pm On Jan 31, 2021
Ahamefuna0001:


Hope your rheumatism and pain relieve root medicine business is going well. I hope your mum has gone to hawk her agbo and Jedi Jedi? Oops, I forgot she can't go today becos Fulani are already terrorizing Ibarapa

Yeah. Hawking agbo and jedijedi is done by humans, not bonobos. Now go have a swing.
Re: Raped By Fulani Kidnappers In The Presence Of Hubby And Daughter by RMoneyInTheBank: 4:25pm On Jan 31, 2021
And yet buhari is yet to say a word

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Re: Raped By Fulani Kidnappers In The Presence Of Hubby And Daughter by padi94(m): 4:44pm On Jan 31, 2021
South West take care of your land
Re: Raped By Fulani Kidnappers In The Presence Of Hubby And Daughter by Tonymegabush1(m): 6:47pm On Jan 31, 2021
Mmmmmm... Nna men this country is long gone what we have is people pretending to be leaders whereas they know next to nothing about leadership. I have never felt so pissed off all my time in NL till after reading this piece.


They should continue pretending in their various government one day monkey go market e no go ever return....

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Re: Raped By Fulani Kidnappers In The Presence Of Hubby And Daughter by Nobody: 7:53pm On Jan 31, 2021
Only break up can solve this problem, we where never meant to be together as one Nigeria. SMH.

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Re: Raped By Fulani Kidnappers In The Presence Of Hubby And Daughter by humilitypays(m): 7:59pm On Jan 31, 2021
Mynd44, Seun, Ishilove, etc why is this traumatizing story not on front page for all Nigerians to see what Buhari and his kinsmen have turned Nigeria to


They closed Southern borders and flung open Northern borders from where these inhumane foreign Fulani militants they usually invite to help them attack Nigerian communities that reject them turning their farms to grazing fields.


Now these foreign Fulanis have discovered how porous and cowardly Southern security is, and taking full advantage of it.


Things will never get better unless the whole Southern Nigeria declare war against these Fulani terrorists. This is more than Boko Haram terrorism. Just imagine what this woman and her family went through, gosh!! angry

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Re: Raped By Fulani Kidnappers In The Presence Of Hubby And Daughter by Houseofglam7(f): 8:38pm On Jan 31, 2021
Oh no cry
Re: Raped By Fulani Kidnappers In The Presence Of Hubby And Daughter by 3gpvids: 9:56pm On Jan 31, 2021
I will not read more
sorry
Re: Raped By Fulani Kidnappers In The Presence Of Hubby And Daughter by showafrica(m): 12:30am On Feb 01, 2021
Very sad story... yet some people are talking about peaceful dialog. You dont dialog with terrorists... Just evade them.
Re: Raped By Fulani Kidnappers In The Presence Of Hubby And Daughter by christopheojo(m): 2:51am On Feb 01, 2021
Am speechless

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