“Nigeria Belongs to Fulani”
Fulani leader says they can take whatever they want: The National President of Miyetti Allah Kautal Hore, Bello Abdullahi Bodejo, has said that the Fulani own Nigeria and will rule the country forever.
Abdullahi also revealed that his organization was creating its own “security force” that will number up to 100,000 vigilantes.
He also claimed that the Fulani don’t need permission to take any land they choose, because Nigeria was founded by the Fulani and belongs to them. While this statement is not true, the current president of Nigeria is a Fulani Herdsman and he has allowed his tribe to go all around Nigeria killing Christians and taking over their farms to graze the Fulani cattle.
Abdullahi said the security forces will be everywhere. He said, “It is going to be across the country because there is not any angle where you cannot find the Fulani in this country.”
He insisted that the Fulani have the rights “to go and settle in any bush in this country without asking anybody for permission.”
“Fulani are ruling Nigeria and they must continue to rule the country forever. That is the truth.”
The Western world just stands by and allows the violence against Christians to continue. Rather than condemn the murder of Christians in Nigeria, the European nations welcome Muslim immigration to exploit cheap labor. What their policy has brought to Europe is terrorism.
Fulani herdsmen murder five near Christian orphanage: Fulani herdsmen entered a store in BLACKOUT near the orphanage sponsored by the Religious Freedom Coalition and shot the owner and five others dead. No money or products were taken from the store.
The owner of the small store was a 42-year-old lady who was a member of a nearby Pentecostal Church. All of the murder victims in the store were Christians.
Teachers and other workers at our orphanage used to shop at this store, but they cannot now since it is closed.
The area around the store and orphanage is majority Christian, but this does not stop the constant attacks by the Fulani Herdsmen who are Sunni Muslim. The Western media refer to attacks like these as “ethnic conflicts.” There was no ethnic conflict; this was outright murder to declare Muslim supremacy in a Christian area of the state of Plateau.
Abdullahi’s statements encourage his Fulani herdsmen to believe that they can take away the lives of others and this is permissible, since they “own” Nigeria.
Each week I participate in conference calls concerning persecution of Christians and many times hear the pleas from the leaders of Christian organizations. Sometimes there are government officials on those calls and there is reluctance on their part to clearly state that the Nigerian government is making matters worse not better.
Shame on Western nations for turning a blind eye to the continued murders of Christians in Nigeria and other African nations.
The farm we began at the orphanage we support in Nigeria is doing well. However, this farm is a tempting target for the Sunni Muslim Fulani Herdsmen to drive their cattle onto the property for a feast. Often when this is done the farmers, if they are Christians, are murdered. Please continue to pray for the farm to prosper without interference and for the continued safety of the children.
William J. Murray, President
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