Unlike Buhari, Tinubu Won’t Tolerate Killer Herders – Sunday Igboho Replies Miyetti Allah

Sunday Ighoho

Yoruba nation activist Sunday Adeyemo, popularly known as Sunday Igboho, has said that President Bola Ahmed Tinubu will not allow lawlessness that led to herders killing farmers under the immediate past administration of former President Muhammadu Buhari.

He however cautioned herders against the thought of further attacks on farmers in the South-West.

Information Nigeria reports that Igboho said this in reaction to a comment by Abdullahi Bello Bodejo, the National President of Miyetti Allah Kautal Hore, who dismissed his recent quit notice to Fulani herders to vacate the Southwest.

Recall that in October, Igboho had given Fulani herders seven days to vacate, but Bodejo had condemned the ultimatum issued by Igboho in a recent interview.

Reacting, Igboho described Bodejo as a “mere attention seeker.”

While insisting that Nigeria’s Constitution does not support mindless killings of farmers, rape of their wives, and destruction of farmlands, he said: “Some alleged killer Fulani herders must be stopped from re-igniting tension and an atmosphere of insecurity in any part of Nigeria, most especially in the agrarian communities and settlements in Yorubaland, by the security agencies.

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“It is imperative for the Miyetti Allah group to be conscious of the fact that the acts of lawlessness permeated under former President Muhammadu Buhari will not hold sway under the immediate incumbent President Bola Tinubu.

“It is glaring that Bodejo is merely seeking undue recognition through his unjustifiable position on the carnage by his fellow Fulani herders, which had caused untold hardship for small and large-scale farmers, even in the North and more prominently in the South, where they often move their cattle to graze farms and destroy cash crops.

“It will do them a lot of good to perish the thought of unprovoked attacks on farmers, particularly in the South West, where we have lost many innocent farmers. Relevant security agencies and the people will not allow them to further compound the woes of the common man.”