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If Our Coexistence With Fulanis Can No Longer Work, The Let's Break-up by mrkunlex(m): 6:52pm On Mar 11, 2021
HRM Oba Adetokunbo Okikiola: If Our Coexistence With Fulanis Can No Longer Work, The Let's Break-Up
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P0qBTByPHN0
Re: If Our Coexistence With Fulanis Can No Longer Work, The Let's Break-up by saaron(m): 7:00pm On Mar 11, 2021
Nigeria is already dead.

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Re: If Our Coexistence With Fulanis Can No Longer Work, The Let's Break-up by Racoon(m): 7:04pm On Mar 11, 2021
Has it ever worked before? It is either he rules or nothing so there cant be any peaceful cohabitation.
Re: If Our Coexistence With Fulanis Can No Longer Work, The Let's Break-up by tillaman(m): 7:39pm On Mar 11, 2021
We can never coexist fulani pipu
It’s not gong to happen
Re: If Our Coexistence With Fulanis Can No Longer Work, The Let's Break-up by OreMI22: 7:59pm On Mar 11, 2021
If you want "peaceful co-existence" with Fulani, then just surrender your land to Fulanis and go into exile with your people.

That is the bottomline of the entire Fulani agenda in Nigeria.

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Re: If Our Coexistence With Fulanis Can No Longer Work, The Let's Break-up by saaron(m): 8:41pm On Mar 11, 2021
OreMI22:
If you want "peaceful co-existence" with Fulani, then just surrender your land to Fulanis and go on exile with your people.

That is the bottomline of the entire Fulani agenda in Nigeria.


Peaceful coexistence with fulanis means non fulanis will have to terminate themselves. For in fulani psychie, non fulanis must die in order for them to survive. Hence their genocidal activities in Nigeria, Mali, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, South Sudan, Central African Rep etc.
What's more satanic than these murderers?

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Re: If Our Coexistence With Fulanis Can No Longer Work, The Let's Break-up by NaijirianKing: 11:08pm On Mar 11, 2021
It is hate speech like this that causes violence against Fulani.

Due to hatred and intolerance, innocent Fulani are being type branded with a bad name, this leads to Fulani being a target of aggression in the South.

Once Fulani are attacked unjustly due to false narratives, of course there must be counter strikes. These counter strikes are heavily reported in the news without the proper picture being painted. Once this happens, Fulani become the victims of more assaults, justified by false narratives.

Name one time where Fulani attacked first, Fulani only return fire.

The problem of the nation is institutionalized tribalism. Imagine a Fulani man born and bred in Oyo and speaks the language, cannot be considered an indigene of his home state due to things like "state of origin" clauses, as such he can be chased out of the only home he knows.

And we say we are one Nigeria smh....


saaron:
Peaceful coexistence with fulanis means non fulanis will have to terminate themselves. For in fulani psychie, non fulanis must die in order for them to survive. Hence their genocidal activities in Nigeria, Mali, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, South Sudan, Central African Rep etc.
What's more satanic than these murderers?
Re: If Our Coexistence With Fulanis Can No Longer Work, The Let's Break-up by NaijirianKing: 11:13pm On Mar 11, 2021
This is untrue, the problem is tribalism against the Fulani. Once Fulani occupy an empty forest, due to propaganda, they will be attacked. Once they strike back, the media picks up on the counter strike and brands it a first strike out of no where. All of a sudden, Fulani are now called all sorts of names. What are Fulani to do? Allow others to attack and never strike back?

The solution is for a serious discussion on ranching to be had, and a serious plan implemented in order for everyone to know their boundaries. The farmers will have their side and the Fulani will have their side, everyone will know peace. But since war is what some people want, they will attack such an obvious solution to farmers attacking herders and herders striking back.

Let's be honest in making peace and sincerely implement ranching. Nigerians shouldn't be fighting each other as a house divided against itself cannot stand.

OreMI22:
If you want "peaceful co-existence" with Fulani, then just surrender your land to Fulanis and go on exile with your people.

That is the bottomline of the entire Fulani agenda in Nigeria.


Re: If Our Coexistence With Fulanis Can No Longer Work, The Let's Break-up by NaijirianKing: 11:17pm On Mar 11, 2021
The problem is that there is no plan to accommodate everyone.

Rather than having a serious discussion on ranching and how to make sure everyone has what they need in this vast country, we have people attacking Fulani in the name of fighting "bandits." How are innocent cattlemen bandits?

Do not push the Fulani to the wall, even a goat will bite when push to the wall. Let's live together and push for implementation of a comprehensive plan to ensure that land for ranching is available and farmer's land is clearly demarcated to avoid accidental intrusion.

We are all brothers in this country, and every Nigerian has a right to live in any part of our great nation.

tillaman:
We can never coexist fulani pipu
It’s not gong to happen

Re: If Our Coexistence With Fulanis Can No Longer Work, The Let's Break-up by mbaise1000: 11:39pm On Mar 11, 2021
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NaijirianKing:
This is untrue, the problem is tribalism against the Fulani. Once Fulani occupy an empty forest, due to propaganda, they will be attacked. Once they strike back, the media picks up on the counter strike and brands it a first strike out of no where. All of a sudden, Fulani are now called all sorts of names. What are Fulani to do? Allow others to attack and never strike back?

The solution is for a serious discussion on ranching to be had, and a serious plan implemented in order for everyone to know their boundaries. The farmers will have their side and the Fulani will have their side, everyone will know peace. But since war is what some people want, they will attack such an obvious solution to farmers attacking herders and herders striking back.

Let's be honest in making peace and sincerely implement ranching. Nigerians shouldn't be fighting each other as a house divided against itself cannot stand.


Bros,
On whose land is the farmer going to stay side by side with the fulani? On the farmer's land or on the fulanis land?

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Re: If Our Coexistence With Fulanis Can No Longer Work, The Let's Break-up by mbaise1000: 11:47pm On Mar 11, 2021
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NaijirianKing:
The problem is that there is no plan to accommodate everyone.

Rather than having a serious discussion on ranching and how to make sure everyone has what they need in this vast country, we have people attacking Fulani in the name of fighting "bandits." How are innocent cattlemen bandits?

Do not push the Fulani to the wall, even a goat will bite when push to the wall. Let's live together and push for implementation of a comprehensive plan to ensure that land for ranching is available and farmer's land is clearly demarcated to avoid accidental intrusion.

We are all brothers in this country, and every Nigerian has a right to live in any part of our great nation.


Whose land is going to be demarcated, the farmer's ancestral land or the fulani land? What every one is saying in our side here is that cattle rearing is a private business, it's not the oil that you have monopolized, you are free to stay in any part of nigeria but like every other private business, buy land start your business and remain im the spce you bought, whats wrong with that, did nigeria take anybody's land and give free to other people in the north to do their private business?

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Re: If Our Coexistence With Fulanis Can No Longer Work, The Let's Break-up by NaijirianKing: 11:49pm On Mar 11, 2021
Since the problem is herders encroaching on unmarked farmland, and the farmers attacking herders who don't know when they've even made an incursion. The solution is to map out land in empty spaces where no one was using the land and install ranching areas, and from there most problems of incursions will be solved.

This is a vast land and there is more than enough space for everyone, in any state across our nation.

We should stop looking at states as only belonging to those from that particular tribe, we should do away with tribalism, as we are all Nigerians and can live and work in any corner of this country, we are all indigenes of every state as we are all Nigerians.

Until we take this mindset that we are one, such clashes will continue. That is why the best common sense approach is to ensure ranching areas are created so we can all know our place. You can at least agree with such, right?

mbaise1000:
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Bros,
On whose land is the farmer going to stay side by side with the fulani? On the farmer's land or on the fulanis land?

Re: If Our Coexistence With Fulanis Can No Longer Work, The Let's Break-up by BKayy: 11:58pm On Mar 11, 2021
We've said this countless times, the only people allowed to leave Nigeria is Igbo and their associates. As for Yorubas, you will remain in Nigeria till thy Kingdom comes. What God has put together, no man can put asunder.
After leaving Nigeria, the next goal of Igbo nation will be Operation preserve the Unity of Yorubas and Hausa-Fulanis in Nigeria

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Re: If Our Coexistence With Fulanis Can No Longer Work, The Let's Break-up by Iykoto86(m): 12:07am On Mar 12, 2021
Na so e go start.watch them try to scare their fathers with war here,forgetting that this is not 1976/77.no wahala their time go reach soon.
Re: If Our Coexistence With Fulanis Can No Longer Work, The Let's Break-up by rosebowl01(m): 12:08am On Mar 12, 2021
NaijirianKing:
It is hate speech like this that causes violence against Fulani.

Due to hatred and intolerance, innocent Fulani are being type branded with a bad name, this leads to Fulani being a target of aggression in the South.

Once Fulani are attacked unjustly due to false narratives, of course there must be counter strikes. These counter strikes are heavily reported in the news without the proper picture being painted. Once this happens, Fulani become the victims of more assaults, justified by false narratives.

Name one time where Fulani attacked first, Fulani only return fire.

The problem of the nation is institutionalized tribalism. Imagine a Fulani man born and bred in Oyo and speaks the language, cannot be considered an indigene of his home state due to things like "state of origin" clauses, as such he can be chased out of the only home he knows.

And we say we are one Nigeria smh....



I guess Uthman Dan Fodio was also returning fire in Gobir and other Hausa kingdoms back then? Alimi/Abdusalam was only defending himself against Afonja’s onslaught back then? Bunch of skinny basta’ds.

Listen to these manipulative harbingers of death and religion induced poverty. If all you said is true, please return any Yoruba that was born and bred in Sokoto back to Yoruba land. We promise never to come near any of your conquered Hausa land. Please stay and roam your kwashiorkor cattles in your land. Shey na by force?

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Re: If Our Coexistence With Fulanis Can No Longer Work, The Let's Break-up by tillaman(m): 5:27am On Mar 12, 2021
NaijirianKing:
The problem is that there is no plan to accommodate everyone.

Rather than having a serious discussion on ranching and how to make sure everyone has what they need in this vast country, we have people attacking Fulani in the name of fighting "bandits." How are innocent cattlemen bandits?

Do not push the Fulani to the wall, even a goat will bite when push to the wall. Let's live together and push for implementation of a comprehensive plan to ensure that land for ranching is available and farmer's land is clearly demarcated to avoid accidental intrusion.

We are all brothers in this country, and every Nigerian has a right to live in any part of our great nation.

apt!!
But then permit me to remind you it’s the Fulani that keeps pushing us to the wall, it’s not even a case of creating lands for ranches across country but no matter the number of ranches you create these people won’t respect boundaries, they are nomads they wander around with their herds I know this because it was a case study in my department back then in the uni, I don’t see why we call them innocent when their people are caught in the act with ammunitions and other weapons
They shield them or you really the so called innocent ones don’t know the people soiling their reputation

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Re: If Our Coexistence With Fulanis Can No Longer Work, The Let's Break-up by Prinnce1: 6:04am On Mar 12, 2021
NaijirianKing:
Since the problem is herders encroaching on unmarked farmland, and the farmers attacking herders who don't know when they've even made an incursion. The solution is to map out land in empty spaces where no one was using the land and install ranching areas, and from there most problems of incursions will be solved.

This is a vast land and there is more than enough space for everyone, in any state across our nation.

We should stop looking at states as only belonging to those from that particular tribe, we should do away with tribalism, as we are all Nigerians and can live and work in any corner of this country, we are all indigenes of every state as we are all Nigerians.

Until we take this mindset that we are one, such clashes will continue. That is why the best common sense approach is to ensure ranching areas are created so we can all know our place. You can at least agree with such, right?

keep quiet and stop vomiting rubbish. People from the rest of the country buy their lands for any business venture the want to go into why is the Fulani own different, this your map has shown clearly that the north is bigger than southern states can't you make use of it ? Violence from the Fulani's has satisfied both induction and deduction method of analysis. I only blame southern senators that can't stand for us but are there to recover the money they spent during rigging and also make profit.

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Re: If Our Coexistence With Fulanis Can No Longer Work, The Let's Break-up by NengiWIDEtoto: 6:48am On Mar 12, 2021
NaijirianKing:
This is untrue, the problem is tribalism against the Fulani. Once Fulani occupy an empty forest, due to propaganda, they will be attacked. Once they strike back, the media picks up on the counter strike and brands it a first strike out of no where. All of a sudden, Fulani are now called all sorts of names. What are Fulani to do? Allow others to attack and never strike back?

The solution is for a serious discussion on ranching to be had, and a serious plan implemented in order for everyone to know their boundaries. The farmers will have their side and the Fulani will have their side, everyone will know peace. But since war is what some people want, they will attack such an obvious solution to farmers attacking herders and herders striking back.

Let's be honest in making peace and sincerely implement ranching. Nigerians shouldn't be fighting each other as a house divided against itself cannot stand.

oga seems like you are a fulani man, that one na for your pocket Sha.

What the whole world know about Fulanis are:
Fulanis = terrorists
Fulanis = bandits
Fulanis = kidnappers
Fulanis = armed robbers
Fulanis = rapists
Fulanis = fraudsters
Fulanis = cows
Fulanis = goats

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Re: If Our Coexistence With Fulanis Can No Longer Work, The Let's Break-up by selemempe: 6:53am On Mar 12, 2021
NaijirianKing:
It is hate speech like this that causes violence against Fulani.

Due to hatred and intolerance, innocent Fulani are being type branded with a bad name, this leads to Fulani being a target of aggression in the South.

Once Fulani are attacked unjustly due to false narratives, of course there must be counter strikes. These counter strikes are heavily reported in the news without the proper picture being painted. Once this happens, Fulani become the victims of more assaults, justified by false narratives.

Name one time where Fulani attacked first, Fulani only return fire.

The problem of the nation is institutionalized tribalism. Imagine a Fulani man born and bred in Oyo and speaks the language, cannot be considered an indigene of his home state due to things like "state of origin" clauses, as such he can be chased out of the only home he knows.

And we say we are one Nigeria smh....


we never said we are one Nigeria. So please you guys can go to hell and stay there

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Re: If Our Coexistence With Fulanis Can No Longer Work, The Let's Break-up by SeunOSEWApenis(f): 6:56am On Mar 12, 2021
NaijirianKing:
The problem is that there is no plan to accommodate everyone.

Rather than having a serious discussion on ranching and how to make sure everyone has what they need in this vast country, we have people attacking Fulani in the name of fighting "bandits." How are innocent cattlemen bandits?

Do not push the Fulani to the wall, even a goat will bite when push to the wall. Let's live together and push for implementation of a comprehensive plan to ensure that land for ranching is available and farmer's land is clearly demarcated to avoid accidental intrusion.

We are all brothers in this country, and every Nigerian has a right to live in any part of our great nation.

see the mumu thing you are saying here, lands for ranching should be provided. Why should lands be provided for ranching? Is cattle rearing a govt business? Are Fulanis the only people in Nigeria that govt should keep encouraging? Pls stop saying thrash

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Re: If Our Coexistence With Fulanis Can No Longer Work, The Let's Break-up by selemempe: 6:58am On Mar 12, 2021
NaijirianKing:
Since the problem is herders encroaching on unmarked farmland, and the farmers attacking herders who don't know when they've even made an incursion. The solution is to map out land in empty spaces where no one was using the land and install ranching areas, and from there most problems of incursions will be solved.

This is a vast land and there is more than enough space for everyone, in any state across our nation.

We should stop looking at states as only belonging to those from that particular tribe, we should do away with tribalism, as we are all Nigerians and can live and work in any corner of this country, we are all indigenes of every state as we are all Nigerians.

Until we take this mindset that we are one, such clashes will continue. That is why the best common sense approach is to ensure ranching areas are created so we can all know our place. You can at least agree with such, right?

with this your mentality, a genocide on fulanis is unfortunately inevitable. Cos it's obvious you don't realise how angry people are with you now
Re: If Our Coexistence With Fulanis Can No Longer Work, The Let's Break-up by Idiko1: 7:02am On Mar 12, 2021
Racoon:
Has it ever worked before? It is either he rules or nothing so there cant be any peaceful cohabitation.

Do not pay any mind to the useless turncoats.
Re: If Our Coexistence With Fulanis Can No Longer Work, The Let's Break-up by mbaise1000: 8:15am On Mar 12, 2021
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NaijirianKing:
Since the problem is herders encroaching on unmarked farmland, and the farmers attacking herders who don't know when they've even made an incursion. The solution is to map out land in empty spaces where no one was using the land and install ranching areas, and from there most problems of incursions will be solved.

This is a vast land and there is more than enough space for everyone, in any state across our nation.

We should stop looking at states as only belonging to those from that particular tribe, we should do away with tribalism, as we are all Nigerians and can live and work in any corner of this country, we are all indigenes of every state as we are all Nigerians.

Until we take this mindset that we are one, such clashes will continue. That is why the best common sense approach is to ensure ranching areas are created so we can all know our place. You can at least agree with such, right?

You are the one who don't seem to understand the point here. Cattle rearing is a private business, I don't think that anyone who goes to any part and buy land and turn his land to whatever he wants will bring any problems, people from other tribes who do business in the north buy land and develope them and do their thing and pay taxes too, why can't these terrorists do same and stop forcing people out of their lands and killing those that resist them? Those lands that produce those perishable produce they are boasting of, can't it produce grass fir their cows? There are fulani and hausa people in cities all over the place, is anyone molesting them? Why support and try to excuse evil?
Re: If Our Coexistence With Fulanis Can No Longer Work, The Let's Break-up by saaron(m): 8:34am On Mar 12, 2021
SeunOSEWApenis:
see the mumu thing you are saying here, lands for ranching should be provided. Why should lands be provided for ranching? Is cattle rearing a govt business? Are Fulanis the only people in Nigeria that govt should keep encouraging? Pls stop saying thrash
The guy you quoted is a fulani Taqiya practitioner. These types are the ones that push the narative that Ranching (RUGA) will solve the so call farmers/herders clash to deceive the world about the true nature of fulani violence. Lies and violence is their stock in trade.
In 1804, fulani terrorist invaders led by Usman Danfodio attacked and slaughtered hausa kings with one lame excuse that hausa kings were not practising pure islam. What happened after the massacre? Hausas lost their land and heritage. Fulanis took over everything. To this day only fulanis are qualified to be emirs and sultans in hausa land. Hausas are no more than slaves in their own land.
Fast forward years later, same fulani savages are dangling a NEW EXCUSE with Cattle grazing as the cause of insecurity accross Nigeria. The question is, was cattle grazing/ruga the cause of Danfodio's bloodshed and violence against hausa kings? Of course not. Then why are fulanis using cow grazing as cause of insecurity? The answer is Taqiya (Deception).
Fulanis all over West Africa use Lies and Deceit to exterminate indigenous people and take over rulership of such lands. They did it to hausas before, and they're attemting to use the Usman Danfodio template on the rest of Nigeria today.

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Re: If Our Coexistence With Fulanis Can No Longer Work, The Let's Break-up by ChoCho54(f): 8:41am On Mar 12, 2021
NaijirianKing:
Since the problem is herders encroaching on unmarked farmland, and the farmers attacking herders who don't know when they've even made an incursion. The solution is to map out land in empty spaces where no one was using the land and install ranching areas, and from there most problems of incursions will be solved.

This is a vast land and there is more than enough space for everyone, in any state across our nation.

We should stop looking at states as only belonging to those from that particular tribe, we should do away with tribalism, as we are all Nigerians and can live and work in any corner of this country, we are all indigenes of every state as we are all Nigerians.

Until we take this mindset that we are one, such clashes will continue. That is why the best common sense approach is to ensure ranching areas are created so we can all know our place. You can at least agree with such, right?

So herders that have been caught on camera severally with their cattles entering into cultivated farms,. sometimes,. they pull up cassava. and yam tubers themselves, slash it to pieces for easier consumption of their cattles, are the ones you say encroach without knowing it?

You are not sincere and honest and it's the same deceit from all fulanis and their appologist.

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Re: If Our Coexistence With Fulanis Can No Longer Work, The Let's Break-up by ChoCho54(f): 8:44am On Mar 12, 2021
mbaise1000:
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You are the one who don't seem to understand the point here. Cattle rearing is a private business, I don't think that anyone who goes to any part and buy land and turn his land to whatever he wants will bring any problems, people from other tribes who do business in the north buy land and develope them and do their thing and pay taxes too, why can't these terrorists do same and stop forcing people out of their lands and killing those that resist them? Those lands that produce those perishable produce they are boasting of, can't it produce grass fir their cows? There are fulani and hausa people in cities all over the place, is anyone molesting them? Why support and try to excuse evil?
. Don't mind him!

Their deceit is legendary. Go and ask them in benue and on the Plateau.

The Trojan horse they used to decieve our fathers can no longer work in this generation.

Unleashing their propaganda machinery on Nigerians on social media won't work either.

I guess they have abandoned Twitter for NL nowadays.

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Re: If Our Coexistence With Fulanis Can No Longer Work, The Let's Break-up by saaron(m): 12:40pm On Mar 12, 2021
ChoCho54:
So herders that have been caught on camera severally with their cattles entering into cultivated farms,. sometimes,. they pull up cassava. and yam tubers themselves, slash it to pieces for easier consumption of their cattles, are the ones you say encroach without knowing it?

You are not sincere and honest and it's the same deceit from all fulanis and their appologist.

When ever fulani appologist start pulling their usual Ranching (Ruga) Taqiya on you, just remind them of Usman Danfodio's treatment of hausas. It will shut them up forever.
Fulanis and their appologist are bloody pathological liars.

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