Ortom Blasts Buhari, Says Fulanis Terrorising Nigeria Are From Mali & Niger, Not Even Nigerians




Whatsapp News

Governor Samuel Ortom has revealed identity of armed Fulani herders terrorising some parts of the country.

According to him, the herdsmen are not Nigerians, but are Mali and Niger Republic.

In an interview with DAILY POST, the Governor revealed that most of the Fulani herders arrested in the state “cannot speak or Fulfide”, saying that they are from speaking countries.

Governor Ortom accused the current presidency of finding pleasure in the unfortunate security situation of the country, stating that the armed Fulani men are more dangerous than the Indigenous of Biafra, IPOB, which President Muhammadu Buhari’s administration proscribed and tagged as a terrorist group. Cleaning Services

He said:

“My point is why is it that these Fulanis that are coming here can’t be stopped? They are not even Nigerians, yet there are Nigerians Fulanis. They are coming Mali and Niger and they are not hiding it. They say it.

“Most of them that are arrested here speak French, they cannot speak or Fulfide and so it is a matter of the government deciding that ‘look, we must stop this.’

“But it is clear to me and that is why I said that the body language of the current presidency is that they are happy with what is happening. They stopped IPOB in the Southeast, and branded them terrorists.

“If I were to evaluate what was happening in the Southeast and the Southwest, what the Fulanis are doing here is worse. The weapons they have are more than what they have in the southeast and southwest. I don’t support all those by those individuals. I don’t support it, but the truth is that we should ensure equity and fairness.

“We should ensure justice for all. What is good for the goose is good for the gander. So why are we separating other as if they are slaves? And then you bring Fulani outside to come and terrorize your country and you allow them? The president himself accepted that these ones that are terrorizing us are not Nigerians.

“So why are you allowing them? Why have they refused to brand them as terrorists? Why have they refused to ban them? Why have they encouraged Miyetti Allah to be killing our people?”

Source