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Friday 19 February 2021

The terrorists in Nigeria are Fulani people not Hausa – Nnamdi Kanu

February 19th, 2021. 

By Eluwa Chidiebere Chinazu | Biafra Writers 

Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, leader of Biafra, while pointing out the duplicities in the press release of Arewa United Consultative Forum (AUCF), debunked the lie told by the AUCF. The AUCF has alleged that the recent altercation in Oyo state is between the Hausas and the Yoruba people. 

The Biafran leader in a midweek broadcast on Radio Biafra made it clear that the clash is between the murderous Fulanis and the good people of Yoruba. 

While responding to that, Kanu said, "Fulani is trying to take over Oyo. They know that the Fulani market is not selling; they now put Hausa in front. Fulani thinks they are clever. We all know that the terrorists in Nigeria are Fulani people not Hausa.” 

Driving home his point, Kanu added, "Now there is an altercation going on in Ibadan, Oyo state, at a place called Shasha market, they are bringing in Hausa. They know that if they say it is between Fulani and Yoruba, Yoruba will kill all of them there because they are terrorists. So what have they done? They now cleverly said that there was a fight between Hausa and Yoruba. There was no fight between the Hausa and Yoruba, rather there was fight between the Fulani terrorists and the Yoruba people”


He went further to say that because Fulani is bad market – the name Fulani now means darkness, it means terrorism, rape, murder, mayhem, insecurity –they cleverly infused Hausa into the conflict.

"The reason why they said that Hausa people are fighting the Yorubas in Ibadan is to draw the Hausas into the equation, so that Hausa can kill people for them in the North," Kanu concluded. 

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Edited By Nelson Ofokar Yagazie

Publisher: Eluwa Chidiebere Chinazu

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