The ban on open grazing by of our Governors of the
South is ndeed a fait accompli.
But if President Buhari goes ahead with his plan to
according to his own words, restore cattle routes and
grazing areas all over the country,that will be like Pol
Pot Yakubu Gowon’s Decree 8 of 1967.
Pol Pot Yakubu Gowon did gone back on his words
and refused to honour the Aburi Accord he had
signed with Ikemba of Nnewi, our late Biafran Head
of State,Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu in Aburi Ghana in 1967.
Several invents that followed that did lead to the
Secession of Biafra and subsequently to the Biafran-
Nigerian War of 1967-1970.
Like we Biafrans stood firm on Aburi Accord,so will
the Indigenous Kwa/Bantú Nigerians of the Middle
Belt and the South stand firm on the ban on open
grazing in our Kwa/Bantu fatherlands.
But if the President insists on his above plan,that certainly is gonna be the last straw that will break
the camel’s back.
The message must not be lost on President Buhari
and his alien Fulani cattle drivers, that the Fulanis are
nomore Nigerians than the Afrikaans ( Boers) are
Thus, the nomadic Fulani Herdsmen must learn to respect the sedentary culture of their Indigenous Kwa/Bantu hosts.
Nigeria We Hail Thee,Lol!
No to the status ante bellum!!
Down with Hausa/Fulani Islamic Hegemony!!!