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Breaking: ‘Buhari and his marauding local and foreign herdsmen-normadic and barbaric killers will stop at nothing to realize their expansionist policy and agenda of ethnic cleansing since 1804, land grabbing and annexation of the Middle Belt and thereafter the South East and the South South..’–Reports

Breaking: ‘Buhari and his marauding local and foreign herdsmen-normadic and barbaric killers will stop at nothing to realize their expansionist policy and agenda of ethnic cleansing since 1804, land grabbing and annexation of the Middle Belt and thereafter the South East and the South South..’–Reports New York[RR]Abuja–Breaking: ‘Grazing colonies’-Buhari and his marauding local and foreign […]

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Breaking: ‘Buhari and his marauding local and foreign herdsmen-normadic and barbaric killers will stop at nothing to realize their expansionist policy and agenda of ethnic cleansing since 1804, land grabbing and annexation of the Middle Belt and thereafter the South East and the South South..’–Reports

New York[RR]Abuja–Breaking: ‘Grazing colonies’-Buhari and his marauding local and foreign normadic and barbaric killers will stop at nothing to realize their expansionist policy and agenda of ethnic cleansing since 1804, land grabbing and annexation of the Middle Belt and thereafter the South East and the South South..’ projected in a piece titled: “THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST EXPOSES I’VE READ ON THE HERDSMEN ATTACK”, culled by Godwin Acha Ogbole,  (Oje 1 Ki Idoma) 1/13/2018, said in part that: “In 1804 while in exile in Gudu, Othman, the son of Muhamad dan Fodio – a *Senegalese* normadic Fulani migrant, quickly assembled a Fulani army of nomadic marauders from the Cameroons, Senegal and other sorrounding States to wage wars aganst the vast Hausa kingdoms of Kebbi, Katsina, Daura and the important Hausa kingdom of Kano which were captured in 1805. In 1808, the Fulani marauders finally captured Gobir, the Hausa community where the father of Othman dan Fodio settled as a migrant and where he (Othman) was born. The initial strategy of the war against the Hausa kingdoms was a hit and run guerilla warfare like the tactic being deployed against the agrarian people of the Middle Belt of Nigeria today.

Adding that, “By 1808, the nomadic rampaging Fulani marauders led by Othman dan Fodio had succeded in defeating most of the important Hausa Kingdoms, including Gobir Kingdom. King Yunfa, the King of Gobir was killed along with thousands of Hausa men. Women, children and the elderly were slaughtered by the rampaging nomadic Fulani marauders. Othman dan Fodio established the Sokoto Caliphate and installed himself as Sultan of the new born Fulani Caliphate over all the conquered Hausa Kingdoms and installed his war commanders as Emirs over the Kingdoms now called Emirates.

“Buoyed by the success of the conquest of the Hausa kingdoms, the foreign Fulani marauders turned their attention towards the North East but met with the feisty, rugged Kanuris and other tribes of the Kanem Bornu Empire who forced them to retreat after heavy losses and casualties in the battle field.

“Westward, part of the Yoruba kingdoms of Illorin and Ogbomosho were occupied but the Yorubas were able to recapture Ogbomosho but lost Illorin to the marauders. Illorin, though a Yoruba city, remains a conquered territory and an Emirate under the Fulani Sultanate till date.

“As for the present Middle Belt region of Nigeria (made up of the old Kwararafa Kingdom and its loose confederates comprising the Jukuns, the Idoma speaking tribes of Nassarwan Toto, Loko, and down to Akalekwu, Otiya, and Yalla in Cross River State and all people of the Idoma nation in the presnt Benue, Nassarawa and Cross River States, the Tiv in Benue, Nassarawa and Taraba States, the Southern Kaduna tribes, the Southern Adamawa tribes, the Southern Bauchi tribes, the Gbyagis, the Igallas, the whole of the Plateau and all the Middle Belt States), the mandate is that they must be conquered, annexed and collapsed into the Fulani Emirates under the lordship of the Sultan of Sokoto just like the Hausa kingdoms, to fulfill the well orchestrated grand design of the Fulani marauders”, it warned.

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FULANI WAHALA: 
HISTORIC BACKDROP

*THIS IS ONE OF THE BEST EXPOSES I’VE READ ON THE HERDSMEN ATTACK….PLS SHARE*

By Chief Godwin Acha Ogbole
(Oje 1 Ki Idoma) 1/13/2018

The battle to conquer and annex territories by the nomadic/pastoral Fulani was never an Islamic Jihad but a Fulani tribal conflagration against their host communities with the intention to conquer and annex territories since 1804 when they started attacking the Hausa kingdom of Gobir which was then ruled by king Yunfa.

Othman dan Fodio, the son of a nomadic/pastoral Fulani who was born in the Hausa kingdom of Gobir was the founder and leader of the Fulani movement that conceived and executed the attack to conquer and annex their host communities. He camouflaged under the guise of an Islamic scholar/reformer and began to plot subversive activities against the Gobir kingdom led by King Yunfa. He (Othman) was pursued into exile and ran away to Gudu with his co-plotters and Fulani adherents.

In 1804 while in exile in Gudu, Othman, the son of Muhamad dan Fodio – a *Senegalese* normadic Fulani migrant, quickly assembled a Fulani army of nomadic marauders from the Cameroons, Senegal and other sorrounding States to wage wars aganst the vast Hausa kingdoms of Kebbi, Katsina, Daura and the important Hausa kingdom of Kano which were captured in 1805. In 1808, the Fulani marauders finally captured Gobir, the Hausa community where the father of Othman dan Fodio settled as a migrant and where he (Othman) was born. The initial strategy of the war against the Hausa kingdoms was a hit and run guerilla warfare like the tactic being deployed against the agrarian people of the Middle Belt of Nigeria today.

By 1808, the nomadic rampaging Fulani marauders led by Othman dan Fodio had succeded in defeating most of the important Hausa Kingdoms, including Gobir Kingdom. King Yunfa, the King of Gobir was killed along with thousands of Hausa men. Women, children and the elderly were slaughtered by the rampaging nomadic Fulani marauders. Othman dan Fodio established the Sokoto Caliphate and installed himself as Sultan of the new born Fulani Caliphate over all the conquered Hausa Kingdoms and installed his war commanders as Emirs over the Kingdoms now called Emirates.

Buoyed by the success of the conquest of the Hausa kingdoms, the foreign Fulani marauders turned their attention towards the North East but met with the feisty, rugged Kanuris and other tribes of the Kanem Bornu Empire who forced them to retreat after heavy losses and casualties in the battle field.

Westward, part of the Yoruba kingdoms of Illorin and Ogbomosho were occupied but the Yorubas were able to recapture Ogbomosho but lost Illorin to the marauders. Illorin, though a Yoruba city, remains a conquered territory and an Emirate under the Fulani Sultanate till date.

As for the present Middle Belt region of Nigeria (made up of the old Kwararafa Kingdom and its loose confederates comprising the Jukuns, the Idoma speaking tribes of Nassarwan Toto, Loko, and down to Akalekwu, Otiya, and Yalla in Cross River State and all people of the Idoma nation in the presnt Benue, Nassarawa and Cross River States, the Tiv in Benue, Nassarawa and Taraba States, the Southern Kaduna tribes, the Southern Adamawa tribes, the Southern Bauchi tribes, the Gbyagis, the Igallas, the whole of the Plateau and all the Middle Belt States), the mandate is that they must be conquered, annexed and collapsed into the Fulani Emirates under the lordship of the Sultan of Sokoto just like the Hausa kingdoms, to fulfil the well orchestrated grand design of the Fulani marauders.

The marauding *foreign* normadic and barbaric killers will stop at nothing to realise their expansionist policy and agenda of ethnic cleansing, land grabbing and annexation of the Middle Belt *and thereafter the South East and the South South..*

Already, unknown to most Nigerians, the Fulani under the aegis of their terrorist umbrella organisation (the *Miyetti Allah*), have branches spread all over the country, with fighters recruited from all over West Africa deployed around the country in preparation for a major Fulani war against the Nigerian people, starting from the Middle Belt. The war to conquer as far down to the Atlantic was expounded in the speech of Sir Ahmadu Bello in 1960 when he said;
*”The new nation called Nigeria should be an estate of our great grand father, Othman Dan Fodio. We must ruthlessly prevent a change of power. We must use the minorities in the North as willing tools and the South as conquered territories and never allow them to rule over us or have control over their future.”* (Sir Ahmadu Bello -October 12, 1960″

From the words of Ahmadu Bello, Nigerians should now understand that Othman dan Fodio never waged an Islamic Jihad but a Fulani war to conquer, plunder and annex territories. They are more focused now than ever to realise the agenda of Othman dan Fodio and Ahmadu Bello. 
From February 2013 till date, Benue State has been attacked 47 times by the marauders with over a thousand deaths and no arrests were ever made. *Why?* The people of Southern Kaduna have been attacked more than a hundred (100) times with thousands killed and no arrests have been made. *Why?* Same applies to the unwarranted and unprovoked attacks in Taraba, Adamawa, Plateau, Kogi, and Niger States and all over the areas that are yet to be conquered by the Fulani Marauders.

These hit and run attacks are reminiscent of how they started with the Hausa Kingdoms in 1804. It is a guerilla tactic used to weaken enemies and instill fear in them before a major attack. *Do you still wonder why they are doing everything possible to remove History from our education curriculum?*

Today, the top echelon of every security apparatus of the Nigeria State is headed and dominated by Fulani oligarchs at a time the Fulani marauders are pouring and spreading all over Nigeria with sophisticated weapons; killing and maiming Nigerians in their thousands with impunity. Yet we sit and fold our hands in complacency like thralls, waiting for Muhammed Buhari, the Commander and Patron of the *Miyetti* group for succour. Big joke!

Waiting for the Goverment of the day over the attacks perpetrated by these Fulani marauders is clearly an indication that we are still oblivious of the facts that are staring at us so glaringly.

Take note: the Fulani *(only about five million in Nigeria today)* had their agenda from the begining. In reality, they fought (not an Islamic Jihad but) a Fulani war of conquest and occupation.

After all, before Othman dan Fodio was born in 1751, Islam had already been introduced to Kano in the time of king Yaji I, the Hausa King who reigned as King of Kano Kingdom from 1349 to1385. He brought in Eyptian and Tunisian Islamic scholars to teach Islamic studies. He appointed Qadis and Imams as part of his administration.
Muhamed Rumfa (1463 to 1499) built mosques and madrassas. Ibrahim Maje (1549 to 1566) instituted Islamic marriages in Katsina.

The first major centralized State in Northern Nigeria was Kanem-Bornu, which blossomed between the late 8th century A. D. to the 15th century in Nigeria. It was strengthened by Islam which was introduced by the desert traders-Muslims. Since the 12th century, all its rulers had been Muslims. The influence of Islam affected the management system and the legal proceedings and also contributed to the creation of the Muslim elite.

In spite of the fact that Kanem Bornu was already an Islamic State with an advanced Islamic Organ, the Fulani war soldiers attacked Bornu with an aspiration and hope that it will fall under Sokoto control. The ruling King (Mai) requested assistance from Kanem and the forces of Muhammad al-Amin al-Kanemi responded to the aggression and repelled the Fulani onslaught.

The fact of the matter is that although Kanem-Bornu was mainly populated by Muslims, the Fulani insisted that the Empire was involved in paganism and wanted to use that as a ploy to conquer and annex Kanem Bornu empire as they did the Hausa Kingdoms.

From the discourse above, considering the seriousness of the pogrom against our people, it is clear that we must wake up from our deep slumber, stupor and state of inertia and raise an army to defend ourselves immediately without further delay.

It is not too late yet, but sooner than later, if we don’t act by arming ourselves to stand and defend our territories once again as our forefathers did against these reckless, conscienceless, and most barbaric rampaging marauders, we will soon fall and lose our identities like the Hausa and the other tribes of Nothern Nigeria.
All the tribes in the Middle Belt and across Nigeria must develop a modus vivendi that will lead to a rapprochment, where political, cult and all other differences whatsoever are put aside for the synergy that will enable us contain these rascals.

We can do it, we have always done it from the time of our forefathers.

To the strong and able youths of Nigeria, the Middle Belt, Christians and Moslems alike: do not be fooled anymore, what we face today is not an Islamic Jihad but a Fulani invasion of our territories. They do not consider religion. Amongst those killed in Agatu were Moslems. The Hausa Kingdoms, that were brutally annexed, embraced Islam even before Othman dan Fodio was born.
My Middle Belt brothers, our youth: please stop killing each other over cult issues. Put aside all cult activities and embrace the Middle Belt BROTHERHOOD; the *Homeland Defence Force*, the new cult to which we must all belong. We cannot afford to lose our strong men to frivolous issues such as cult wars whereas the bigger war of our lives is on-going right now..

To our political leaders in high places: please stop your divisive behaviour. Governor Ortom has been great. Yet, if he had come to condemn in strong terms the invasion and killings that took place in Agatu with the same fury and reaction he has exhibited now, the *Miyetti Allah* would have been more circumspect about coming to attack our people again because the Idoma and Tiv would have been more united before now. But the Idoma people felt betrayed that he did not even care to visit the area. By that singular act of despising the Idoma without any meaningful support, they felt alienated by their Tiv brothers in time of trouble. The Fulani capitalised on this percieved disunity and came back strongly to continue their mayhem on our people.
Apart from Elder Paul Unongo and Gen Lawrence Onoja, none of our political leaders from the Middle Belt region have come out to condemn, in strong terms, the recent masacre in Guma.
We are begining to know our true leaders: not the fire-brand Fulani like the El Rufais, the Sanusi Lamidos, the Sultan of Sokoto, or the Al Makuras who are conspicuosly among the leaders of the Miyetti Allah terrorist organisation.

Where is Akume, David Mark, Barnabas Gemade and all our political leaders? Why haven’t any of them come out to unequivocally condemn the barbaric masacre of our people? 
The onus is on our leaders to identify with us now for the needful to be done before it is too late.

We shall never buckle under the threat of the *Miyetti Allah* terrorist organisation, *neither shall we cede any inch of our land for Fulani occupation and military base in the guise of cattle colonies.* They left their own lands to come and establish cattle colonies in our communities: cattle reared by foreigners and owned by oligarchs of the Caliphate, the sponsors of the deadly *Miyetti Allah terrorists*.

Once the ‘cattle colonies’ are created, the terrorist marauders will flock into such colonies in droves and install a Sarakin Fulani. The colony will then be named Sabin Gida and before you know it, the title of Sarkin Sabon Gida will be elevated to that of Emir, just like it happened in Bwari recently. 
Arise oh great youths of Nigeria!!! The enemy must not be allowed to prevail over us! Yes we can do it. Yes we can defend our land. The BROTHERHOOD of the Middle Belt is where every youth should now belong.

God bless and protect us in battle!

Endorsed by the *Movement of the Indigenous Peoples of Nigeria against the Fulani (MOINPAF)

 

Credit: Godwin Acha Ogbole, (Oje 1 Ki Idoma) 1/13/2018

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