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Read News!: Herdsmen: Govs, traditional leaders are powerless - Pastor Giwa; The Second Coming Off Christ Minister, Adewale Giwa, Senior Pastor of Awaiting said on Friday, state legislative leaders and traditional leaders are impotent among herdsmen and violence.
Pastor Giwa said the robbers and herdmen are tougher than the governors or traditional rulers.
He made the argument that only people would resist Fulani herdsmen's attacks in Nigeria. He stressed that The general purpose of Fulani herdsmen, according to a statement signed and sent by Giwa to DJ MoreMusic NG News, is to kill, ruin and firmly capture the southwest region.
He said: “I saw this coming years ago; I warned the Yoruba leaders but they didn’t listen because they were after what Fulani government could offer them.
“They sold their people to Fulanis because of power and money. Governors are powerless, traditional rulers have nothing to say.
“They keep kissing Fulani’s feet and allowing their people to be killed like animals. What stops the governors from banning grazing completely?
“Can you take cattle around in America or United Kingdom or any advanced country? How can you destroy and chase me out of my farm?
“You have read how soldiers escorted Fulani herdsmen to Ogun state where they reportedly beat the residents and traditional rulers just because they didn’t allow them to graze in their farmlands.
“People can only save themselves from Fulani terrorists, the government or traditional rulers cannot save them. It’s time we all rise up against the activities of Fulani.
“Arguing self-defense is criminal. Nigeria has self-defense laws that allow people who are threatened to use reasonable force to defend themselves or others.
“Fulani herdsmen have killed innocent people more than Boko Haram members since 2015. Is it by force to graze on my land? This senseless grazing must completely stop.”
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