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Re: Where Are The Notable Hausa People In Nigerian Politics? by allcomage: 7:03am On Apr 04, 2021
Exmilitant:
E no concern me. I am Ikwerre. I am only worried about the incursion of the Igbos in Portharcourt. They want to use the Fulani method on us. But God pass them.
Ikwerre are willingly selling their lands to Igbo. I was a witness to the one sold last month. The anambra man is now building a mall there and the Ikwerre family shared the 45m.Tomorrow you will say Igbo are grabbing your land.

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Re: Where Are The Notable Hausa People In Nigerian Politics? by Exmilitant(m): 7:18am On Apr 04, 2021
You are all blinded by hate! Firstly, hundreds of Fulani towns like Daura has been existing for centuries before most Hausa states. Secondly, for the Igbos and yorubas who are bitter for being in the shadows of Fulanis, you all started equally with the Fulani man. Zik and Awo with the feeling that they were too educated and exposed started the move for independence, and instead of banding together for the common vision, began to clash with each other, using juju and all sorts of stupid strategy to out do each other, until the stupid igbo man named Zik merged his NCNC party with the NPC and handed power to the Fulani on a platter of gold! A move that cost the Igbos Nigeria forever. Thirdly, the Fulani man is not your problem, you all have governors, senators, rep members, assembly members, LGA chairmen and councelors, blame them. In the 50s, and 60s, Igbos and Yorubas were dominating every sector of the country, what happened? In fact,An award should be given to the Fulanis for using COMMON SENSE to conquer!

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Re: Where Are The Notable Hausa People In Nigerian Politics? by Exmilitant(m): 7:23am On Apr 04, 2021
allcomage:

Ikwerre are willingly selling their lands to Igbo. I was a witness to the one sold last month. The anambra man is now building a mall there and the Ikwerre family shared the 45m.Tomorrow you will say Igbo are grabbing your land.
True, we are willingly selling lands to the igbos, but our worry is the way they are lumping us together with them.
Re: Where Are The Notable Hausa People In Nigerian Politics? by Nobody: 7:23am On Apr 04, 2021
The ikwerre man lack a true identity. Just like the topic of dz thread. There is a high degree of inter-tribal marriages among the ikwerres and the ibos.
Many ikwerres and ekpeyi bear ibo's name.
I once visited ekpeyes land ( ahonda area of rivers) The common names you hear are chukwuma, chike, China, amechi, chioma.
Only the male ikwerres felt threatened by the ibos. It is almost difficult to see a family in rivers state that has not intermarried with ibos. More difficult to see a family without an ibo name.
I stand to be corrected.
I sojourned into prosperity in Rivers and Kano states.
Re: Where Are The Notable Hausa People In Nigerian Politics? by KingOKON: 8:03am On Apr 04, 2021
Leggitsam:

The Fulanis are the major merchants in Niger and Chad, invariably, they do not control the politics but they hold the economy of the 2 nations in the jugular .
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The way the Gypsies are seen in Europe that is how they are seen in predominantly Moslem countries in west Africa.
Which economy do contriol except for cattles
Re: Where Are The Notable Hausa People In Nigerian Politics? by engrchykae(m): 8:14am On Apr 04, 2021
Leggitsam:
The picture painted by the Northerners is not what is on ground in the Northern part of Zoogeria.
For instance, the Hausas and the Fulanis live separately.
There is always a partition between the Hausa's and Fulanis's settlement.
The general language is Hausa. 90% of Hausa people cannot speak Fulfude.
98% of Fulanis can speak Hausa language.
Islam brought them together.
Almost all the village heads or chiefs are Fulanis
The Hausas are farmers while the Fulanis are herders. There is a strong mutual respect .
Most of the gangsters are hausas.
The Fulanis do not do almajiris
The Fulani women are the sellers of fura de nunu which the majority hausas enjoy the most.
They do have Farmers-herders clashes but not at the magnitude that is being perpetrated in Southern part of Zoogeria.
The Fulanis tame the hausas completely the same way they have been taming Nigeria.
The Fulanis like to live in secluded area while the hausas prefer the open settlement.
The dream of every educated Fulanis is to be in position of power.
They believe in the popular born to rule agenda of their progenitors from guinea's Futajalon.
It is difficult to observe the wide gap between the hausas and Fulanis in the city.
However, if you are lucky to visit the villages in Kano, you will see it all.
I have been to most of the glorified villages called local government in Kano.
From Karaye, gwarzo, rano, dela, taraoni, bebeji, bichi,kura, tofa, Garun mallam, kwankwaso, gezewa, rogo, dawakin kudu, dawakin tofa
I can beat my chest that I had been opportuned to travel all the LGs in Kano.
It is the real scam of the republic.
Every 10 to 15 villages is a local government.
Most of the rich fabric sellers in Kantin Kwari Market are Fulanis from Niger and Chad. They are the progenitors of Major Buhari.
The question, I never got an answer for in my years of sojourning in Nigeria. Why would a Christian nation (Britain) that brought Christianity to the people of Southern Nigerian sold the people that accepted Christianity into slavery by handing over the governance of Nigeria to the Fulanis jihadist from Futajalon?
The repercussions are what our generation is suffering today.
Every government apparatus in Nigeria has been Fulanilised.
NLNG in Bonny Island belongs to the Fulanis.
NNPC is their cash cow and footstool.
NPA is their cashcowh
Nig Army , NN, NAF belong to them
Nigeria customs is theirs
Nig immigration is no going area for the Southerners.
They head all the intern. Airports
They have taken over all the Ministries.
All agencies and parastatals are headed by the Fulanis.
Now, they insist that the Southerners must not farm again.
No one is sure of tmao, dz Fulani empire will surely crumble.


the first and fatal mistake you made is thinking that "BRITAIN IS A CHRISTIAN NATION"
britain is a pagan nation immersed in abramerlin witchcraft.
They broke away from the catholic church and formed their own english church (Anglican)
The catholic church is no better as they kept quiet during hitler's genocides against Jews,and do you know that the pope called and threatened ojukwu that his small dot will be wiped away if he doesn't release the 18 white men col joe achuzie captured in warri?
If Peter the hermit will give a powerful speech after a communion service that gingered people to pick up arms for the first crusade on the excuse of freeing Jews from Arabs,but on getting to the holy land,the crusaders killed both Jews and Arabs!!
You seem not to know Europeans very well

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Re: Where Are The Notable Hausa People In Nigerian Politics? by samunaka: 8:21am On Apr 04, 2021
Leggitsam:
The picture painted by the Northerners is not what is on ground in the Northern part of Zoogeria.
For instance, the Hausas and the Fulanis live separately.
There is always a partition between the Hausa's and Fulanis's settlement.
The general language is Hausa. 90% of Hausa people cannot speak Fulfude.
98% of Fulanis can speak Hausa language.
Islam brought them together.
Almost all the village heads or chiefs are Fulanis
The Hausas are farmers while the Fulanis are herders. There is a strong mutual respect .
Most of the gangsters are hausas.
The Fulanis do not do almajiris
The Fulani women are the sellers of fura de nunu which the majority hausas enjoy the most.
They do have Farmers-herders clashes but not at the magnitude that is being perpetrated in Southern part of Zoogeria.
The Fulanis tame the hausas completely the same way they have been taming Nigeria.
The Fulanis like to live in secluded area while the hausas prefer the open settlement.
The dream of every educated Fulanis is to be in position of power.
They believe in the popular born to rule agenda of their progenitors from guinea's Futajalon.
It is difficult to observe the wide gap between the hausas and Fulanis in the city.
However, if you are lucky to visit the villages in Kano, you will see it all.
I have been to most of the glorified villages called local government in Kano.
From Karaye, gwarzo, rano, dela, taraoni, bebeji, bichi,kura, tofa, Garun mallam, kwankwaso, gezewa, rogo, dawakin kudu, dawakin tofa
I can beat my chest that I had been opportuned to travel all the LGs in Kano.
It is the real scam of the republic.
Every 10 to 15 villages is a local government.
Most of the rich fabric sellers in Kantin Kwari Market are Fulanis from Niger and Chad. They are the progenitors of Major Buhari.
The question, I never got an answer for in my years of sojourning in Nigeria. Why would a Christian nation (Britain) that brought Christianity to the people of Southern Nigerian sold the people that accepted Christianity into slavery by handing over the governance of Nigeria to the Fulanis jihadist from Futajalon?
The repercussions are what our generation is suffering today.
Every government apparatus in Nigeria has been Fulanilised.
NLNG in Bonny Island belongs to the Fulanis.
NNPC is their cash cow and footstool.
NPA is their cashcowh
Nig Army , NN, NAF belong to them
Nigeria customs is theirs
Nig immigration is no going area for the Southerners.
They head all the intern. Airports
They have taken over all the Ministries.
All agencies and parastatals are headed by the Fulanis.
Now, they insist that the Southerners must not farm again.
No one is sure of tmao, dz Fulani empire will surely crumble.



why all these analysis by now, most of the names you mentioned out lived even the republic, so why now, which message are you trying to put across I would really want to know.
Re: Where Are The Notable Hausa People In Nigerian Politics? by engrchykae(m): 8:23am On Apr 04, 2021
shadeyinka:

Hausa people know themselves and they are on Nairaland. They should be able to answer this question. Else it means that they have been thoroughly deceived by their Emirs!
hausas are manure to sustain fulanis.
Just think of it,the fulanis educate their children,fulani kids don't do almajiri but HAUSA kids must do almajiri.
So that hausa man will forever be under fulaniman.
The fulanis are emirs(political and cultural imperialism)
The fulanis are imams and sultan(religious imperialism)
The fulanis are in control of the lands (economic imperialism)
Hausas can still redeem themselves even though it will be difficult.
Re: Where Are The Notable Hausa People In Nigerian Politics? by capatainrambo: 8:26am On Apr 04, 2021
Kwankwanso you called is hausa.
Re: Where Are The Notable Hausa People In Nigerian Politics? by OnlyDeCapPlease(m): 8:29am On Apr 04, 2021
Exmilitant:
You are all blinded by hate! Firstly, hundreds of Fulani towns like Daura has been existing for centuries before most Hausa states. Secondly, for the Igbos and yorubas who are bitter for being in the shadows of Fulanis, you all started equally with the Fulani man. Zik and Awo with the feeling that they were too educated and exposed started the move for independence, and instead of banding together for the common vision, began to clash with each other, using juju and all sorts of stupid strategy to out do each other, until the stupid igbo man named Zik merged his NCNC party with the NPC and handed power to the Fulani on a platter of gold! A move that cost the Igbos Nigeria forever. Thirdly, the Fulani man is not your problem, you all have governors, senators, rep members, assembly members, LGA chairmen and councelors, blame them. In the 50s, and 60s, Igbos and Yorubas were dominating every sector of the country, what happened? In fact,An award should be given to the Fulanis for using COMMON SENSE to conquer!

My dear, you are definitely not Ikwerre. If you are Ikwerre, then I am from Mars

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Re: Where Are The Notable Hausa People In Nigerian Politics? by OnlyDeCapPlease(m): 8:40am On Apr 04, 2021
Leggitsam:
The ikwerre man lack a true identity. Just like the topic of dz thread. There is a high degree of inter-tribal marriages among the ikwerres and the ibos.
Many ikwerres and ekpeyi bear ibo's name.
I once visited ekpeyes land ( ahonda area of rivers) The common names you hear are chukwuma, chike, China, amechi, chioma.
Only the male ikwerres felt threatened by the ibos. It is almost difficult to see a family in rivers state that has not intermarried with ibos. More difficult to see a family without an ibo name.
I stand to be corrected.
I sojourned into prosperity in Rivers and Kano states.

On ground the Ikwerre man is very distinct from Igbo. Distinct culture and way of life. There is no disputing this fact in Rivers state. In fact I can go as far as saying that the Ikwerre man has an advantage because he can understand Igbo and mix with Igbo for community benefit outside Rivera state and abroad. However Igbos do not fully understand Ikwerre language. They can be easily sold with Ikwerre language.

All this talk of lumping Ikwerre with Igbo is all online and more of an irritation to Ikwerres than anything else. On ground there isn't one single move, non at all, to join Ikwerre with Igbo. In fact for anyone who has lived in Ikwerre land, the idea is actually laughable and is usually drummed up by certain people for distraction.
Re: Where Are The Notable Hausa People In Nigerian Politics? by Exmilitant(m): 8:42am On Apr 04, 2021
OnlyDeCapPlease:


My dear, you are definitely not Ikwerre. If you are Ikwerre, then I am from Mars
Lol, igbo man, i am not your dear. My father, mother and all my decendants are Ikwerres. And i shall marry from ikwerre. So deal with it.
Re: Where Are The Notable Hausa People In Nigerian Politics? by OnlyDeCapPlease(m): 8:48am On Apr 04, 2021
engrchykae:
the first and fatal mistake you made is thinking that "BRITAIN IS A CHRISTIAN NATION"
britain is a pagan nation immersed in abramerlin witchcraft.
They broke away from the catholic church and formed their own english church (Anglican)
The catholic church is no better as they kept quiet during hitler's genocides against Jews,and do you know that the pope called and threatened ojukwu that his small dot will be wiped away if he doesn't release the 18 white men col joe achuzie captured in warri?
If Peter the hermit will give a powerful speech after a communion service that gingered people to pick up arms for the first crusade on the excuse of freeing Jews from Arabs,but on getting to the holy land,the crusaders killed both Jews and Arabs!!
You seem not to know Europeans very well

Britain is motivated solely by money and prosperity. They only use religion as a tool, whether Christian or Islam. Religion (especially Islam and Christianitythat originated roughly in the same area) is a tool used by smart and gifted people to acquire territory, power or wealth. This has been shown time and time again in history from Emperor Constantine of the Roman Empire to the British down to Dan Fodio.
Re: Where Are The Notable Hausa People In Nigerian Politics? by OnlyDeCapPlease(m): 8:51am On Apr 04, 2021
Exmilitant:
Lol, igbo man, i am not your dear. My father, mother and all my decendants are Ikwerres. And i shall marry from ikwerre. So deal with it.

I am not saying that Ikwerre is Igbo. I am saying that YOU are not Ikwerre. You are not an Ikwerre person. You are pretending to be Ikwerre here on Nairaland.

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Re: Where Are The Notable Hausa People In Nigerian Politics? by Exmilitant(m): 8:51am On Apr 04, 2021
Leggitsam:
The ikwerre man lack a true identity. Just like the topic of dz thread. There is a high degree of inter-tribal marriages among the ikwerres and the ibos.
Many ikwerres and ekpeyi bear ibo's name.
I once visited ekpeyes land ( ahonda area of rivers) The common names you hear are chukwuma, chike, China, amechi, chioma.
Only the male ikwerres felt threatened by the ibos. It is almost difficult to see a family in rivers state that has not intermarried with ibos. More difficult to see a family without an ibo name.
I stand to be corrected.
I sojourned into prosperity in Rivers and Kano states.
you called us 'ikwerre' and you still alleged we lack 'true identity'. You go school?
Re: Where Are The Notable Hausa People In Nigerian Politics? by Exmilitant(m): 8:53am On Apr 04, 2021
OnlyDeCapPlease:


I am not saying that Ikwerre is Igbo. I am saying that YOU are not Ikwerre. You are not an Ikwerre person. You are pretending to be Ikwerre here on Nairaland.
Whatever floats your boat!!!

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Re: Where Are The Notable Hausa People In Nigerian Politics? by CaptainAyub: 9:08am On Apr 04, 2021
KingOKON:
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Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa.

Murtala Mohammed.

Rabiu Kwankwaso,...They are not FULANIS while Tafawa Balewa is Bauchi and an area with good Christians population the other two are core Hausas

Murtala Muhammad's ancestry is from present day Edo north.
His parents settled in Kano,dasall
Re: Where Are The Notable Hausa People In Nigerian Politics? by obiekunie2: 9:45am On Apr 04, 2021
shadeyinka:

The Fulani is even self centered to his own kind. Only city Fulani people are recognized by the Fulani oligarchy. The herder fulani almost dont have their own personal cow herd but serve the city fulani to rear his. The Fulani herdsmen are not educated while the city Fulani man or woman is averagely highly educated.

VERY TRUE.
Re: Where Are The Notable Hausa People In Nigerian Politics? by Nobody: 9:58am On Apr 04, 2021
samunaka:


why all these analysis by now, most of the names you mentioned out lived even the republic, so why now, which message are you trying to put across I would really want to know.
The message is simple. The Fulanis agenda is real and a threath to the corporate existence of Nigeria.
The mistake of our forefathers should not hurt or affect the future generations of people of Southern Nigeria as the current generation are dearly paying the price of our forefathers mistakes.
No justice and equity in the land. Mediocrity is the order of the day
Favourtism and Nepotism has eaten deep into all federal establishments which was supposedly our common identity. The Southerners are labouring and paying hefty taxes which in turn is being used to develop the North and promote socialism. The tax payers in the south are exempted from such socialism coz the system sees them as being rich.
Northern borders were opened for biz while southern borders were shut.
IPOB is treated with massacres while an attack against the boko haram during clueless gej was an attack on the North.
How many tooth of Adepele can we count? None
A nation where there is no justice and equity is bound to fail.
Right now, Nigeria is slipping into a fail nation.

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Re: Where Are The Notable Hausa People In Nigerian Politics? by Nobody: 10:02am On Apr 04, 2021
Exmilitant:
you called us 'ikwerre' and you still alleged we lack 'true identity'. You go school?
Apology for the statement. I know, once a militant is always.
only trying to emphasize the degreee of coexistence between the dominant ibos and the ikwerres.
You and I know that the average business and enterprise in Rivers belong to the ibos.
Oyigbo is almost 75% ibos settlement.
No offense, just an observation.
Re: Where Are The Notable Hausa People In Nigerian Politics? by KingOKON: 10:13am On Apr 04, 2021
CaptainAyub:
Murtala Muhammad's ancestry is from present day Edo north.
His parents settled in Kano,dasall


All I know say him no be Fulani
Re: Where Are The Notable Hausa People In Nigerian Politics? by engrchykae(m): 10:39am On Apr 04, 2021
OnlyDeCapPlease:


Britain is motivated solely by money and prosperity. They only use religion as a tool, whether Christian or Islam. Religion (especially Islam and Christianitythat originated roughly in the same area) is a tool used by smart and gifted people to acquire territory, power or wealth. This has been shown time and time again in history from Emperor Constantine of the Roman Empire to the British down to Dan Fodio.
thank God that you know.
I am happy igbo and yoruba are not crazy about religion.
What igbo hates about islam is it's systemically induced mental stagnancy.
People from that religion have never invented anything good to humanity.
Caucasians on their own are fatalistic and have invented more instruments of killings than medical breakthroughs.
USA love Saudi's money (Islamic nation)
USA love Israeli technology (Judaism nation)
The west is the true harlot.
If we as Nigerians can turn our nation around like the chinese,the west will listen to us when we are talking.
Before they use to look down on the mandarins,they call them "the sick man of the East"
Today China is bigger than EU

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Re: Where Are The Notable Hausa People In Nigerian Politics? by shadeyinka(m): 10:48am On Apr 04, 2021
KingOKON:
.
Abubakar Tafawa Balewa and



Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa.

Murtala Mohammed.

Rabiu Kwankwaso,...They are not FULANIS while Tafawa Balewa is Bauchi and an area with good Christians population the other two are core Hausas

Sir Abubakar Tafawa Balewa and Murtala Mohammed were both listed as Hausa. Kwankaso is most likely Hausa

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Fula_people#:~:text=Sir%20Abubakar%20Tafawa%20Balewa%20(Gere,Minister%20of%20an%20Independent%20Nigeria.&text=Rilwanu%20Lukman-%20Former%20Minister%20of,and%20Former%20Secretary%20General%20OPEC.&text=Tijjani%20Muhammad-Bande-%20Political%20scientist%2C%20administrator%20and%20career%20diplomat.
Re: Where Are The Notable Hausa People In Nigerian Politics? by sevenhundred(m): 10:50am On Apr 04, 2021
shadeyinka:

Thanks for the correction. I've always thought he was Kanuri. The important thing is that he is NOT Hausa!

Where ae the successful Hausa politicians?
rabiu Musa kwakwaso is not a Fulani.
Re: Where Are The Notable Hausa People In Nigerian Politics? by shadeyinka(m): 10:50am On Apr 04, 2021
KingOKON:
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Only in Nigeria, in other West African where there are large Moslem population they are relegated to herders which they are
In Niger and chad they don't control Hausas are most dominant in Niger forget chad
This happened only because the British thought that they can domesticate the whole of Nigeria through them. Fulani man respect the Caucasian blood too much. The first census was doctored to accommodate this and open the eyes of the Fulani
Re: Where Are The Notable Hausa People In Nigerian Politics? by kayusely70(m): 10:52am On Apr 04, 2021
Leggitsam:
The picture painted by the Northerners is not what is on ground in the Northern part of Zoogeria.
For instance, the Hausas and the Fulanis live separately.
There is always a partition between the Hausa's and Fulanis's settlement.
The general language is Hausa. 90% of Hausa people cannot speak Fulfude.
98% of Fulanis can speak Hausa language.
Islam brought them together.
Almost all the village heads or chiefs are Fulanis
The Hausas are farmers while the Fulanis are herders. There is a strong mutual respect .
Most of the gangsters are hausas.
The Fulanis do not do almajiris
The Fulani women are the sellers of fura de nunu which the majority hausas enjoy the most.
They do have Farmers-herders clashes but not at the magnitude that is being perpetrated in Southern part of Zoogeria.
The Fulanis tame the hausas completely the same way they have been taming Nigeria.
The Fulanis like to live in secluded area while the hausas prefer the open settlement.
The dream of every educated Fulanis is to be in position of power.
They believe in the popular born to rule agenda of their progenitors from guinea's Futajalon.
It is difficult to observe the wide gap between the hausas and Fulanis in the city.
However, if you are lucky to visit the villages in Kano, you will see it all.
I have been to most of the glorified villages called local government in Kano.
From Karaye, gwarzo, rano, dela, taraoni, bebeji, bichi,kura, tofa, Garun mallam, kwankwaso, gezewa, rogo, dawakin kudu, dawakin tofa
I can beat my chest that I had been opportuned to travel all the LGs in Kano.
It is the real scam of the republic.
Every 10 to 15 villages is a local government.
Most of the rich fabric sellers in Kantin Kwari Market are Fulanis from Niger and Chad. They are the progenitors of Major Buhari.
The question, I never got an answer for in my years of sojourning in Nigeria. Why would a Christian nation (Britain) that brought Christianity to the people of Southern Nigerian sold the people that accepted Christianity into slavery by handing over the governance of Nigeria to the Fulanis jihadist from Futajalon?
The repercussions are what our generation is suffering today.
Every government apparatus in Nigeria has been Fulanilised.
NLNG in Bonny Island belongs to the Fulanis.
NNPC is their cash cow and footstool.
NPA is their cashcowh
Nig Army , NN, NAF belong to them
Nigeria customs is theirs
Nig immigration is no going area for the Southerners.
They head all the intern. Airports
They have taken over all the Ministries.
All agencies and parastatals are headed by the Fulanis.
Now, they insist that the Southerners must not farm again.
No one is sure of tmao, dz Fulani empire will surely crumble.


vJust a matter of time.
Re: Where Are The Notable Hausa People In Nigerian Politics? by shadeyinka(m): 10:53am On Apr 04, 2021
Leggitsam:

On the issue of railway, it is a preparation for potential breakdown of Nigeria . The typical Hausa-Fulani man spends fortune on marabouts and fortune tellers. Similar to the believe of our people in Men of God.
They must have told the descendants of othman Dan fodiyo that Nigeria will soon break up. This I think could be the reason why Buhari the last grand mahadi is doing everything to empower the Fulanis.
I believe you.
I believe they are making some investment preparations for the eventual breakup of Nigeria and a way to bring in Arms and People if need be.
The same reason billions of Dollars are sunk in the Chad basin in looking out for crude oil.
Re: Where Are The Notable Hausa People In Nigerian Politics? by shadeyinka(m): 10:58am On Apr 04, 2021
Ekealterego:

Well, the black man does not read. Simple! These things were in history book all over the European library. Why do you think Ahmadu Bello was murdered by Southern soldiers? He was making these claims openly and their plans.
They still use the same strategy, they can settle within your land for decades, that first set will or might be peaceful with no problems..However, that is the first phase, the second set will use the information from the first to take over. Same blueprint.

See, this quote. What do you think Ahmadu Bello was alluding to?
Yes, we dont read and to blind us further under GEJ, the teaching of History in our secondary school is abrogated. How can a nation not teach her own history? Right now, our mumu politicians are preparing for 2023 and they are refusing to speak the truth to one another. On Nairaland, Yoruba and Ibo immature Kids will be fighting themselves when common sense should tell them that this is the time to unite against a common enemy.
Could it be said to be greediness on the part of Southern Politicians and DIsunity that prevent them from foresight.
Re: Where Are The Notable Hausa People In Nigerian Politics? by shadeyinka(m): 11:02am On Apr 04, 2021
Leggitsam:

It is almost impossible to see a Fulani almajiris. This is why the Fulanis ensured the almajiri school system built with Nigerian money by wasteful GEJ did not see the light of the day, bcoz it would benefit the hausas talakawas.
Fulanis do not beg.
All the beggers in Southern Nigeria are hausas
It seems there is a degree of nature's blessing on these selfish and wicked Fulanis
It was written in Nigeria hx that the British even created a cattle colony for them in Southern Nigeria
Every government in Nigeria from the time of luggard's amalgamation pampered them
We can conclude that the Hausa is consumed by a high dose of inferiority complex and docility. They could be brave in fighting but they don't think beyond their nose. Because of these, the Fulani has taken the Hausa as part of the Cattle and Herd.

These are hard sayings but I hope it will provoke the Hausa to think and be free
Re: Where Are The Notable Hausa People In Nigerian Politics? by shadeyinka(m): 11:06am On Apr 04, 2021
Leggitsam:

The Fulanis are the major merchants in Niger and Chad, invariably, they do not control the politics but they hold the economy of the 2 nations in the jugular .
They have a lot of Money stolen by the tool of government everywhere. They taught Nigerians the art of corruption. Imagine that a Local Government chairman on receiving allocation will share N20 - N200 naira gworo to people in front of his house and the whole money is gone. The primary beneficiaries of these gworos are the Hausa people.. And the chairman is not challenged by anyone. Shame
Re: Where Are The Notable Hausa People In Nigerian Politics? by shadeyinka(m): 11:15am On Apr 04, 2021
Bankalert:
unity is a pipe dream in Nigeria. Can't you people see that? If you work in any sector of the Nigerian government, you will see that. The day a muslim lambasted the south in my presence was the day i knew the north and south can never be one. We will never be united with such backward thinking humanbeings.


This thread has deepened my understanding of the background of fulani in Nigeria.
It will be difficult to achieve unity in Nigeria even though I truly pray for it. Unfortunately where a particular tribe sees themselves as overlord over every other tribe, such a union cannot work.
Re: Where Are The Notable Hausa People In Nigerian Politics? by shadeyinka(m): 11:17am On Apr 04, 2021
Bankalert:
True. I observe they hardly do all this menial jobs done by hausa boys. Its either they get educated or they rear cows. Either which way they will achieve dominance in Nigeria.
Very true!
Unfortunately, the city Fulani sees the Fulani herders as tools and servants only a bit higher than the Hausa people. And the herding Fulani treats the city Fulani with respect as one would treat princes.

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