The Increased Attack from the Fulani Herdsmen Rendered Communities Helpless and Families Now Depend on Charity

Fulani Herdsmen have intensified their attacks against the people of Plateau State. 
The state have been terrorized that the fears of Fulani Herdsmen have deeply engulfed the people especially in Bassa, Jos North, Bokkos, Barkin Ladi, Riyom and some other local government areas in recent times.
Documents made available to reporters from Irigwe Development Association indicated that between January 25 and March 12, 2018, the chiefdom lost over 70 persons to the armed Fulani herdsmen terrorizing Bassa and part of Jos North LGAs. It was also revealed that between September, 2017 and February 2018, some villages in Bassa LGA came under heavy and gruesome attacks by Fulani herdsmen in a genocidal manner.
The spokesperson for Miango Youths Development Association, one of the affiliates of IDA, Lawrence Zongo, went historical about the resurgence of the attacks and blamed the attacks on the Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria, Plateau State chapter.
He said, “No fewer than 26 villages were attacked, 99 people killed, 44 people injured, 863 houses razed down with food bans, 347 farmland produce worth millions of Naira destroyed, 15 motor bikes and a bus burnt.
“Over 24 irrigation water pumps have been burnt and destroyed, more than 23, 000 Internally Displaced Persons recorded.” Zongo said the attacks began in Ncha village on September 7, 2017 with the gruesome killing of more than 20 people, mostly women and children in their sleep, adding that houses were also razed down completely. According to him, since that fateful day, peace has eluded the Irigwe nation.”
At present, the palace of the Ada Gwom (District Head) of Dong District in Jos North LG, Kaze Inyam, has been turned to an unofficial camp for Internally Displaced Persons where victims come to get food, clothing and temporary shelter. Many of the women said Fulani herdsmen have left bitter pills in their mouths as they now live on charity.
These occurrences have left Biafrans with a core moral responsibility to locate the nearest IPOB family unit and become actively involved in the emancipation of millions of Bifrans from the blood thirsty Islamic Fulani Caliphate. 
Instead of looking for an escape route through the desert, as a Biafran you must reason and ask yourself calmly, which group of people have the organisational ability, discipline and demonstrable track record to confront the murderous Nigerian state without fear? You will see that the answer will always be IPOB. If that is the case, why can’t you join the nearest family unit where you reside or start a family meeting yourself today? By joining IPOB you are ensuring the survival and preservation of your family, village, clan, town and nation for posterity as our ancestors did for us. 
Nigeria is slowly turning out to be like Somalia; that lawless Islamic wasteland in the horn of Africa where unfortunate Somalis count their life in days not even in months or years. Believe it or not, only IPOB can save you. 

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