Fulani herdsmen moving with guns are not Nigerians - Sultan of Sokoto | Nigeria News Today. Your online Nigerian Newspaper

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The Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Sa’ad Abubakar III, says the so called Fulani herdsmen moving with guns, causing violence, fighting with farmers are not Nigerians, but foreign terrorists.


Abubakar stated this in his Eid el-Kabir message to the Muslim Ummah in Nigeria.
According to him, these are foreigners coming into Nigeria to cause a breach of the peace.

“They are therefore terrorists and should be treated as such by the Nigerian security agencies. “The Nigerian herdsmen are very peace-loving and law abiding,” he said.

The Sultan, who noted with concern that some ‘‘bad eggs” had infiltrated the Fulani herdsmen, challenged the security agencies to be proactive.

Abubakar, however, acknowledged that there were problems between the Fulani herdsmen and the farmers, which should only be resolved through dialogue.

The monarch further stressed the need for all Nigerians to live peacefully with each other, irrespective of any religious or ethnic differences. The sultan also underscored the imperative of sustainable peace, if the country was to fully develop.

Abubakar further said, ”Nigeria would continue to lag behind if there is no peace and unity. ”Our diversity should be our strength and God has not made a mistake by creating us with diverse differences,” he said. On the ongoing ” hardship” in the country, the Sultan appealed to Nigerians to go back to the farms.

He also urged Nigerians to learn to be more productive, rather than solely waiting for the government to provide all their needs. Abubakar also commended the three tiers of government for their ongoing efforts to provide succour to Nigerians. The monarch promised to continue to offer prayers, and provide wise counsel to the Federal and state governments.

He also stressed the need for leaders at all levels to continue to be just to all Nigerians, irrespective of any religious and political differences. The event was witnessed by second republic President Shehu Shagari, Gov. Aminu Tambuwal, his deputy, Alhaji Ahmed Aliyu and Africa’s business mogul, Aliko Dangote, among other dignitaries.

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  1. Yes! My Emir! They are not Nigerians, they are from Sokoto. EWU!
    MUMU!

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  2. Liars, the fulani herdsman caught in Enugu confessed that he is from Borno, Is Borno not part of Nigeria ? Let us tell ourselves the truth. They are not Nigerians you said, why cant the Federal govt make pronouncement that they should be arrested ? Why is Nigeria security agents cant arrest them ? Fulani Herdsmen are foot soldiers of this administration head. Period. Hungry Nigerians wake your sleepy heads up...

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  3. Blatant lie! Even if it's true, so foreigners come to Nigeria to kill citizens & u as a king & othet hausas open ur eyes & allow terrori*st to work arrou d in ur society. Bunch of liers! They are foreigners and our own president is signing Bill to favour the same fulanis against Citizeñ of Nigeria. North is the major problem of Nigeria, b/c too much destructions is perpetrated from there.

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  4. please any nigerian or communities that sees fulani herdsmen with gun should organize and kill them bcs they are not nigerians.Is it also bcs they are not nigerians that the govt/security agencies can not arrest any one of them? Time will tell> this 21st Century?

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  5. Abeg make una help me end this end this suffer head Abeg, na few bugs remain oooooooo,
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  6. Thank God this is coming from a Fulani potentate. Non-Fualni communities can now see them as foreign invaders and crush them. Thank you.

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  7. Shows how very porous our boarders are!

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  8. Our leaders would always cover us up and we would continue to kill infidels.... Nonsense

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