There is a fulanization program in Nigeria – SOKAPU president alleges – TBEN


Comrade Jonathan Asake, president of the Union of Southern Kaduna Peoples, SOKAPU, alleged that the current administration has a plan called a “ fulanization program ” to under-plan indigenous communities in Nigeria and bring communities peul to change the demographics of the country. .

He noted that something strange was happening and that the current government had a clear program in the country to change the demographics in some states and communities in Nigeria.

Speaking to DAILY POST in Kaduna on Monday, Asake said: “It is a sad situation in our beloved country Nigeria and sadly our foundation will wake up and see the mess going on in the country. in which we found ourselves. They will be heartbroken, in particular, the wave of insecurity that has engulfed the country.

Asake explained that the Boko Haram which started gradually later turned deadly, killing and displacing communities, adding that: “This does not speak well for the future of Nigeria and does not come to the killer shepherds who have also done all the ways of evil in the middle belt and other parts of the country.

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He also lamented the statements of Bauchi State Governor Bala Mohammed, stressing that his appeals were so frustrating for some Nigerians who hope the current leaders are working hard to find a solution to the insecurity in all parts of the country. .

Asake added that when a governor shows up and tells people it’s a right for the killer Fulani to wear an AK0-47 in self-defense, asking, “Now where’s the right of other citizens who are killed?” Do they also have the right to wear AK47 for self-defense? “

According to him, in his communities in the south of Kaduna and many other communities, when the young people of the area, the vigilantes of the attacked communities take machetes, sticks, bows and arrows to defend their communities against these killer Fulani shepherds, they are often arrested and taken into custody, some of them are still in detention at this time not because they went to attack anyone but because they rose up to defend their people.

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SOKAPU President said that with the current insecurity in the country resulting in the displacement of farming communities in some parts of the country, there will necessarily be food insecurity, adding that: “There is going to be hunger in the land and when there will be hunger in the land, there will be anger, and when there is anger in the land, there will be a strike in the land and people have to stand up and fight whatever makes them hungry .

“On the negotiations, Sheikh Gumi is in the process of engaging with the Fulani terrorists. I never believed in the sincerity of the purpose of his action. His argument was that amnesty was granted to activists in the Niger Delta and that amnesty should be granted to Fulani who are kidnapping, killing people and displacing many communities.

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“Niger Delta activists are campaigning for their environmental rights. Their environment has been degraded due to oil exploration activities in their region. Everyone knows that all the oil exploited in the country comes from the South-South region, and while this oil is being exploited there, the young people of the Niger Delta do not have jobs given to them by the government.

“The people of the Niger Delta are fishermen and could not go to the farm, so they waved to get government attention and the kidnappings they were doing mostly involved expatriates working for foreign companies with the aim of ‘get the government’s attention. international community, but activists in the Niger Delta have never gone to communities to kidnap their poor or embezzle their people’s money.

“Anyone who tries to compare the Fulani herders with the activists in the Niger Delta is malicious or is part of the agenda at hand.”


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