Fulani man calls out his tribesmen for violence in the north

Fulani man calls out his tribesmen for violence in the north

A Fulani man on Twitter has called out his tribesmen for the violence in the northern part of the country.

Fulani man calls out his tribesmen for violence in the north

Fulani man tweeting with @HAHayatu calls out his tribesmen for violence in the north

The man tweeting with the handle @HAHayatu described himself in his profile as an entrepreneur, retired banker and a firm believer in positive change.

According to him, 70% of bandits and kidnapping in the north are now perpetrated by his tribesmen.

He also called for the constant banditry and abduction in the region to stop.

Meanwhile, Benue state governor has urged the people of Agatu local government area to forgive the Fulani people who were accused of attacking them and destroying their homes.

The governor also pleaded with the Agatu people to let the Fulani tribesmen who were born in the area return to their abode.

In a related development, a video has emerged of fiery senior pastor of the Omega Fire Ministries Worldwide, Apostle Johnson Suleman, in which he asked his church members to deal ruthlessly with any Fulani herdsman whose mission is to attack him or the church.

The video that is currently trending online had Pastor Suleman revealing to his church members how someone called him and told him about a plan by some Fulani herdsmen to attack him either on the road or in his church.

Source: Naija.ng

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