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ISWAP & ISIS - Fulani and Dogon battle in Mali and a lesson for Nigeria - Video by Nobody: 11:15pm On Jun 12
I am angry with the Fulani herdsmen but feel a little sorry for them, where exactly is their own land and why are they fighting the indigenes for land in most west African countries.

This video is very important for you to watch please, it shows that Nigerians have a bigger problem on our hands than we originally thought. The foreign Fulani Herdsmen have a close relationship with ISWAP.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1YCFf_Erdvc

Excerpt from article below , flow link for full article ;

“The Fulani have become a blight on Africa and its most populous country, Nigeria. Unable to break out of its centuries-old cow herding and wandering culture, it continues to pull down every nation wherever it has any populations. Some countries in West Africa, Ghana and their ancestral home Guinea, have mastered the brutal tactics of dealing with Fulani and the Fulani have learned the bitter lesson by staying away from these countries.”

Again, as is happening in Nigeria today, the purpose of all the action of the Fulani was simple; to transfer all wealth available in the CAR by all and every means and place it in the hands and control of the Fulani. It is the same playbook guiding the actions and policies of the Buhari Government in Nigeria. The Fulani elite are raiding the Central Bank, buying dollars and other currencies at heavily discounted rates; other Fulani are raiding the NNPC, plowing through the vaults and trading Nigerian crude for personal gain.

“The educated wing are mowing down governing structures, taking forceful charge and control of all commanding heights of Government and the armed forces. The uneducated Fulani herdsmen are engaged in kidnapping for ransom and now primed to take over ethnic lands, spreading themselves across the nation in settlements acquired with public funds to terrorize indigenous populations.”

It is a known truth that the Fulani will not relent in their quest for the conquest of Nigeria until they have seized all sources of income and made everyone else subservient to their rule and hegemony.

Buhari will be compelled to deploy police and soldiers to defend the settlements and war will be declared everywhere there is a RUGA settlement in Nigeria. Fulani have no land to hold dear and protect in Nigeria. In fact, Fulani have no stake or investment in the project called Nigeria and will not care if Nigeria burns, in fact, Fulani will be very willing to let Nigeria burn if the people are not willing to submit to their overlordship.

So, they are minded to adopt a scorched earth policy to obliterate Nigeria. They have nothing to lose. They did it in CAR and they will do the same in Nigeria. It will be the responsibility of the indigenous people of Nigeria to find common grounds to protect the land of their ancestral inheritance and prevent the Fulani from putting a knife on their unity and their need to bind themselves together in one nation, but they cannot do this without first containing the Fulani. Fulani will try to divide them.

https://www.lnc-usa.org/blog/central-african-republic-car-experienced-what-nigeria-is-going-through-today-prevailed.

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Re: ISWAP & ISIS - Fulani and Dogon battle in Mali and a lesson for Nigeria - Video by Monogamy: 11:17pm On Jun 12
Another civil war in Nigeria has become imminent and inevitable

If that's the wish of some people, na to just dey read about their matter behind our keyboards.

Before you wake slumbering yanga trouble, think twice, infact if possible, think 4wice

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Re: ISWAP & ISIS - Fulani and Dogon battle in Mali and a lesson for Nigeria - Video by Nobody: 11:18pm On Jun 12
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Re: ISWAP & ISIS - Fulani and Dogon battle in Mali and a lesson for Nigeria - Video by limeta(f): 11:34pm On Jun 12
They here to die and they will die

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Re: ISWAP & ISIS - Fulani and Dogon battle in Mali and a lesson for Nigeria - Video by mrvitalis(m): 11:52pm On Jun 12
Monogamy:


If that's the wish of some people, na to just dey read about their matter behind our keyboards.

Before you wake slumbering yanga trouble, think twice, infact if possible, think 4wice
No one wants to fight war ...no one plans to fight war

But if fulani is planing to take my father's land ..war should be the least of their problem ...not only would igbos chase them out of Nigeria ...infact CAR treatment would be child's play

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Re: ISWAP & ISIS - Fulani and Dogon battle in Mali and a lesson for Nigeria - Video by EMAXIM(m): 12:03am On Jun 13
This omen will surely pass away.

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Re: ISWAP & ISIS - Fulani and Dogon battle in Mali and a lesson for Nigeria - Video by rayvelez(m): 12:56am On Jun 13
All wat matter to buhari is twitter, watch out as the zombies will come out to write epistles on thr darling daddy.

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Re: ISWAP & ISIS - Fulani and Dogon battle in Mali and a lesson for Nigeria - Video by ScamHunter: 4:39am On Jun 13
This means that Ghana has more intelligent tribes than Nigeria. Let's say with the exception of the former Eastern Region led by Igbo. Who remembers how some fools were warned in 2015 but their response was "He cannot do it". Today, they have been surrounded from their forests and still have no response to the calamity that is about befalling them.

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Re: ISWAP & ISIS - Fulani and Dogon battle in Mali and a lesson for Nigeria - Video by overdrive(m): 5:00am On Jun 13
Serious problems everywhere you go.
Re: ISWAP & ISIS - Fulani and Dogon battle in Mali and a lesson for Nigeria - Video by FreeIgbos: 5:25am On Jun 13
Igbos are the ethnic group putting up a stiff resistance while many others don't seem to understand the massive problem before them. Yet these same people who are equally facing the same challenges are manipulated by the common enemy to hate the Igbos and they sheepishly do so too instead of closing ranks to fight the barbarian hordes threatening their very existence.

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Re: ISWAP & ISIS - Fulani and Dogon battle in Mali and a lesson for Nigeria - Video by Depressed101: 6:10am On Jun 13
FreeIgbos:
Igbos are the ethnic group putting up a stiff resistance while many others don't seem to understand the massive problem before them. Yet these same people who are equally facing the same challenges are manipulated by the common enemy to hate the Igbos and they sheepishly do so too instead of closing ranks to fight the barbarian hordes threatening their very existence.
when they realise it might be too late

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Re: ISWAP & ISIS - Fulani and Dogon battle in Mali and a lesson for Nigeria - Video by Fejoku: 6:19am On Jun 13
The fulani terrorists will still fail and their heads will be so badly bruised that it will almost spell their doom. Igbos and those who side with us will be free to build our lands as we want them to be. I feel no pity for the others who are still fast asleep to the current realities but choose to continue in their unfounded fear of the Igbo man. It will take fulanis slaughtering them in thousands before the scales will fall off their eyes. By that time, Biafrans will reject them when they call for help.

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Re: ISWAP & ISIS - Fulani and Dogon battle in Mali and a lesson for Nigeria - Video by Zooposki: 7:23am On Jun 13
Fejoku:
The fulani terrorists will still fail and their heads will be so badly bruised that it will almost spell their doom. Igbos and those who side with us will be free to build our lands as we want them to be. I feel no pity for the others who are still fast asleep to the current realities but choose to continue in their unfounded fear of the Igbo man. It will take fulanis slaughtering them in thousands before the scales will fall off their eyes. By that time, Biafrans will reject them when they call for help.

Don’t be silly my friend. Save yourselves first before you think you can save others.

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Re: ISWAP & ISIS - Fulani and Dogon battle in Mali and a lesson for Nigeria - Video by MansoryMX(m): 8:05am On Jun 13
YouWillNotWin:
I am angry with the Fulani herdsmen but feel a little sorry for them, where exactly is their own land and why are they fighting the indigenes for land in most west African countries.

This video is very important for you to watch please, it shows that Nigerians have a bigger problem on our hands than we originally thought. The foreign Fulani Herdsmen have a close relationship with ISWAP.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1YCFf_Erdvc

Excerpt from article below , flow link for full article ;


I watched the video clip and I feel so sorry for Nigeria because government of the North have given millions of naira to these bandits to buy more arms. Bandits, Fulani are both working with ISWAP and Al qeada. The earlier we start fighting our battles like the Dogon people in Mali the better for Nigeria and Nigerians. Another thing that worries me is that Fulani are importing all other Fulani from all the countries they are fighting to Nigeria they know one of them is the president of Nigeria and they have immunity to take over Nigeria with the help of their elites and people in the Nigeria army

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Re: ISWAP & ISIS - Fulani and Dogon battle in Mali and a lesson for Nigeria - Video by joyandfaith: 8:08am On Jun 13
Fulanis would not rest until they get more lands to settle and build towns and cities

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Re: ISWAP & ISIS - Fulani and Dogon battle in Mali and a lesson for Nigeria - Video by dlondonbadboy: 8:14am On Jun 13
The Fulani cannot win any battle, much more winning a war. If they kill any Nigeria, we would make sure every single one of them is wiped out...
Re: ISWAP & ISIS - Fulani and Dogon battle in Mali and a lesson for Nigeria - Video by ygowon: 8:26am On Jun 13
It is gradually moving to that stage in Nigeria. Na small small small. We always warn them, they say Igbos are land grabbers. Igbos are dot. Igbos are haters. Igbos are drug pushers. Meanwhile, Igbos are the most hated for their smartness.

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Re: ISWAP & ISIS - Fulani and Dogon battle in Mali and a lesson for Nigeria - Video by ygowon: 8:27am On Jun 13
dlondonbadboy:
The Fulani cannot win any battle, much more winning a war. If they kill any Nigeria, we would make sure every single one of them is wiped out...
All the Nigerians they have been killing, what have you been doing?

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Re: ISWAP & ISIS - Fulani and Dogon battle in Mali and a lesson for Nigeria - Video by caye(m): 8:40am On Jun 13
Insecurity instigated by the devils: Arabs and Europeans and stupid,blind African rulers lead to colonialisation of 19th century Africa.

There seems to be a plan to takeover Africa once again by these forces.
They will fail, only if African use their minds.
Re: ISWAP & ISIS - Fulani and Dogon battle in Mali and a lesson for Nigeria - Video by Rodwave: 8:41am On Jun 13
Those ediotic apes who think they are safe in Abuja and lagos while the rest of the country is burning will be in for the shock of their lives when it will hit them like tsunami. Unlike people in less populated towns that can easily run into the bush, you fools in big cities will be dragged out of you 2by2 poorly ventilated pigsty you called house and slaughter like chicken by these agent of darkness. You can keep showing 'I don't care' attitude. You ediotic one Nigeria foools will use your own blood to sustain the Useless monkey Republic for those satanic political nonentities.

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Re: ISWAP & ISIS - Fulani and Dogon battle in Mali and a lesson for Nigeria - Video by Rodwave: 8:43am On Jun 13
ygowon:
All the Nigerians they have been killing, what have you been doing?

Don't mind the ewu. He is still in the city thinking that it will not get to him
Re: ISWAP & ISIS - Fulani and Dogon battle in Mali and a lesson for Nigeria - Video by sammyj: 8:43am On Jun 13
Nigeria needs to learn from this !!! shocked shocked
Re: ISWAP & ISIS - Fulani and Dogon battle in Mali and a lesson for Nigeria - Video by Grace001: 8:48am On Jun 13
This is one of the reason why Buhari became a president.

He vow to make sure fulani find their place in Nigeria by making sure 80% power and resources control goes to his kinsmen.

Southern Nigerians are yet to know what is about to hit them. Serious plan for conquest is going on underground, once they have perfected it they will strike it will be too late by then.
Re: ISWAP & ISIS - Fulani and Dogon battle in Mali and a lesson for Nigeria - Video by Casham: 9:06am On Jun 13
The Fulanis have already infiltrated the North so much you can't fully identify who is Fulani or not now. They are the ruling class in all of Hausaland. These people are fearless and deliberate; unlike the rest of us. It is why Bubu is appointing Fulanis into key positions in the Nigerian government. Whether we like this or not, THE ONLY WAY WE CAN STOP THE FULANIS IS TOGETHER. The Fulanis are somewhat like the Yorubas; they do not truly belong to any of the two major religions. (who remembers Buhari's words: "i belong to everybody and to nobody"?). They only use it to achieve their agenda. The Fulanis only shout "ISLAM" because that is the best way to get sympathy across the region and beyond. It is why I enjoy watching the sneaky powerplay between the Yoruba and the Fulani. Both of them trying to play each other. Lets wait and see who wins in this Game of Thrones. But the Fulanis are already planets ahead, and even if they are to lose, they won't mind bringing the nation going down with them!
Re: ISWAP & ISIS - Fulani and Dogon battle in Mali and a lesson for Nigeria - Video by BKayy: 9:13am On Jun 13
dlondonbadboy:
The Fulani cannot win any battle, much more winning a war. If they kill any Nigeria, we would make sure every single one of them is wiped out...
Which country are you in?
They killed almost hundred yesterday.
Very soon the news will update us how many they killed today
Re: ISWAP & ISIS - Fulani and Dogon battle in Mali and a lesson for Nigeria - Video by Web2020: 9:28am On Jun 13
The earlier the indigenous Muslim of Nigeria realise that the Fulanis are here to kill and destroy Nigeria the better for them. The Yoruba must as a matter of urgency call MURIC, Akitola to order. Fulanis doesn't know if any other Muslim exist. They only recognise them only when they want to use them. Nnadi Kanu understand this Fulanis very well, but Nigerians don't want to listen. What Buhari is doing right now is not a coincidence; placing Fulanis in the helm of affairs in Nigeria. This people have agenda. The earlier we support the likes of Igboho, Nnadi Kanu and others the better for all of us.

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Re: ISWAP & ISIS - Fulani and Dogon battle in Mali and a lesson for Nigeria - Video by Web2020: 9:40am On Jun 13
Grace001:
This is one of the reason why Buhari became a president.

He vow to make sure fulani find their place in Nigeria by making sure 80% power and resources control goes to his kinsmen.

Southern Nigerians are yet to know what is about to hit them. Serious plan for conquest is going on underground, once they have perfected it they will strike it will be too late by then.
This is what Nnadi Kanu is preaching with every day. There something that is wrong with Nigerians, when you are pointing their attention to salient issues they will not listen. Until they fall into a big hole. This is how we shouted in 2015, Buhari is evil. Yoruba did not listen. Today? Buhari did not know if Tinubu is still existing. They are like that, if you like cut your head as gift for them they will not appreciate it so long you are not Fulani.
Re: ISWAP & ISIS - Fulani and Dogon battle in Mali and a lesson for Nigeria - Video by ThinkSmarter(m): 9:49am On Jun 13
Fulanis were nomadic, they don't have a permanent home.
They make a shift kind of home in any locality they are grazing their cattle .
They were taking unaware by the earth's population explosion that put much pressure on land use.
Lands that were always left fallow and taken advantage of by the herders are now mapped for farming and residential.
The town Fulanis however escaped these when they started to cohabit with local tribes in the north.
But, the truth is that most of the cow are owned by the elite Fulanis living in the towns and cities.
Remodel herding.
Procure modern cow farmings equipments.
Train your wards in modern animal hhusbandry .
Re: ISWAP & ISIS - Fulani and Dogon battle in Mali and a lesson for Nigeria - Video by Grace001: 9:57am On Jun 13
Web2020:
This is what Nnadi Kanu is preaching with every day. There something that is wrong with Nigerians, when you are pointing their attention to salient issues they will not listen. Until they fall into a big hole. This is how we shouted in 2015, Buhari is evil. Yoruba did not listen. Today? Buhari did not know if Tinubu is still existing. They are like that, if you like cut your head as gift for them they will not appreciate it so long you are not Fulani.


You’re correct with the bold statement. That’s why I don’t bother myself about the masses, they are comfortable in their suffering and smiling lifestyle they are not worth fighting for.

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Re: ISWAP & ISIS - Fulani and Dogon battle in Mali and a lesson for Nigeria - Video by stonemasonn: 10:12am On Jun 13
Hian...you guys want to close Nairaland indefinitely like Twitter...you guys don't know that Buhari and his people are really paranoid and you don't joke with powerful paranoid people.

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