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Sunday, January 24, 2021

Adamu Garba says lack of communication from Nigerian Government to herders might lead to civil war

For the first time in his life, Adamu Garba is making sense. Nigerians are currently in shock after seeing Garba's tweets. Recall that Adamu went against End protesters in October and it made Nigerians hate him.



Currently, Yoruba youths in Oyo State are angry at the way Fulani herdsmen keep killing innocent farmers and indigenes of Oyo State. Popular herbalist and activist, Sunday Igboho has spoken his mind concerning the situation. 

Adamu Garba II is the CEO of a popular social media platform, known as, Crowwe Application. 

After Sunday Igboho spoke his mind concerning the killings by Fulani herders, he began to receive threats from President Buhari, Governor Seyi Makinde and IGP Adamu Mohammed. President Buhari has already ordered the shooting of Sunday Igboho.

Taking to his Twitter page, Adamu Garba says lack of proper communication from the Nigerian Government to the herders across Nigeria might lead to civil war. He continued by urging Government to do something urgently concerning the issue of Fulani herdsmen. 

He wrote:

"I'm a Fulani man, but I can tell you that it doesn't make sense for cows to be roaming the streets in 2021. Cows should be ranched on a land acquired or rented by the ranchers. By law, land can only be used through rent or purchase. Govt should step forward and clear this out. 

"I believe, to reconcile the raging herders crisis is to open proper communication where each knows the laws of the land. All lands in Nigeria, including forests belonging to some entity, FG, SGs, lGs, companies or individuals. 

"The problem of the Fulani herders is a betrayal from the city Fulanis, who decided, after moving to cities, acquiring wealth and power, but forget to carry the village brothers along, leaving them in a desperate situation. The rich Fulanis must come together and get ranching lands. 

"Land issue is as old as humanity, no any state power can give land to anyone where the land is being identified with owners for generations, without purchasing or renting. The rich Fulanis must come together and assist our fellow brothers to get reaching land or forest for grazing. 

"Lack of proper communication to the herders in understanding the law of land use, by being the surrounding communities on board isn't good enough. It may well be breeding ground for a circlical conflicts, a very ripe situation for civil war. This must be avoided at all cost. 









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