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al kaeda in NIGERIA.....boko haram (i.e. western education is forbidden) violence

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    #وكالة_مؤتة اشتباكات عنيفة تدور بين مقاتلي الدولة الإسلامية والجيش النيجيري في بلدة #كاريتو شمال شرق #نيجيريا

    more like massacres
    as boko is ruting them since the muslim presidnet took over and called them misguided brothers lol

    boko controls over 50k M2 in north eat nigeria
    and they control the largest forest in west africa called sambibsi forest, which is about 30KM2 in size
     
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    this is the same emir who was dismissed as central bank governor for goiving billions to boko haram close allies
    now he is crying, liar


    1. The Emir of Kano, Alhaji Muhammadu Sanusi II has raised the alarm over possible ‎deaths of children in Borno State soon as a result of hunger caused by the Boko Haram insurgency.

      According to DailyTrust, the emir raised the alarm while speaking as the Chairman, University of Lagos Muslim Alumni (UMA) Annual ‎Lecture and the launch of N150 million Scholarship Endowment Fund in Lagos. He said, “If things continue as it is, then we may soon start seeing children of Borno like the pictures of those children we used to see in Ethiopia ‎who were dropping dead on the streets, dying of hunger.” ‎



      Stressing his fear for the downtrodden, particularly the people of Borno State, the emir said, “In the last three years, there has not been farming in Borno. The industries have closed down. The Lake Chad basin where some other people do fishing has also been affected because of the Boko Haram crisis. Today, there is no farming, no fishing and no industry. The vast majority of people of Borno wake up to eat breakfast and not sure of where to eat again for the rest of the day.”


     
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    more like massacres
    as boko is ruting them since the muslim presidnet took over and called them misguided brothers lol

    boko controls over 50k M2 in north eat nigeria
    and they control the largest forest in west africa called sambibsi forest, which is about 30KM2 in size
    7elo
     
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    Isenyo, Kaduna

    The Kaduna Judicial Commission of Inquiry on the Army/Shiites clash was on Monday told how the Islamic Movement in Nigeria terrorised the Zaria community for over 40 years before the current travails of the sect.

    An association, the Zazzau Emirate Development Association testified against the Islamic Movement in Nigeria at the commission’s sitting on Monday at the late Gen. Hassan Katsina House, Kawo, Kaduna.

    Chairman of ZEDA, Mohammed Balarabe narrated how the movement terrorized the emirate, saying that the Shiites take laws into their hands and are always in the habit of shutting down the roads while holding procession.

    He said the Shiites always held the entire emirate council, including the community hostage during their processions.

    “In most cases we don’t go out and we are forced to stay indoors,” he said.

    He said the December 12 clash between the members of the Islamic movement in Nigeria and the Nigerian Army was not the first time while admitting that the group is violent in nature.

    He noted that before clash with the Army last year, the group had clashed even with the Emir of Zazzau, Alhaji Shehu Idris and the former governor of Kaduna State, Mukhtar Yero as well as a series of bloody encounters with previous government administrations.

    The ZEDA boss said, “We are familiar with the movement’s actions for over 40 years of its existence. And as someone who schooled in Ahmadu Bello University, ABU, Zaria, we know where the shoe pinches.

    “Whenever we heard they have an outing, we stay away because it will bring untold hardship on the people. They shut the road. They have outings on Thursday and we shun the roads to avoid confrontations.

    “It’s not their first time, they have done it to the Emir of Zaria, Dr. Shehu Idris and former Governor Mukhtar Ramalan Yero when he was to visit a sick friend in the hospital.”
     
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    Victims of the Fulani herdsmen attacks in Benue State have cried out against the killing of 18 persons through the poisoning of their community water sources.

    Residents of Buruku, Logo and Kwande Logo Local Government Areas, who are mostly aged women and nursing mothers at the IDPs’ camps in Anyiin and Moon communities, made the claim when the Senator representing the area, Barnabas Gemade, donated relief materials to the camps.

    The Community Leade of Buruku , Mr Adzor Chamegh, told Channels Television that the communities had been deserted and abandoned by the residents for fear of herdsmen attacks.



    She lamented that while many of the nursing mothers grapple with difficult times to care for their little children, the aged IDPs suffer more from anxiety and health related crisis.

    Reacting to the killing and poisoning of water sources, Senator Gemade said that Benue lawmakers at the National Assembly had made certain demands from the Federal Government.
     
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    The previous Christian president , dindt bother tehm not hounded them

    So when this muskim president one, teh Shia were calling him our brother

    Ehhh let teh enjoy his brotherhood





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    Kaduna seeks death sentence for 50 Shi’ites
    April 22, 2016

    Godwin Isenyo, Kaduna

    The Kaduna State government on Thursday asked a Kaduna high court to sentence 50 Shiite members to death for allegedly causing the death of a soldier.

    The state government had filed a five-count charge against the accused before Justice David Wyom.

    According to The Cable online newspaper, the state government accused them of criminal conspiracy, unlawful assembly, culpable homicide, disturbance of public peace and wrongful restrain.

    In the petition, Bayero Diri, counsel for the government, said the offences were punishable under Sections 97, 221, 102, 106 and 225 of the penal code law, laws of Kaduna state 1991.

    The government said the offence was committed between December 12 and 14, 2015 in Zaria.

    It alleged that the suspects, among other things, shot dead one Yakubu Dankaduna, a colonel of the Nigerian army, “with a gun when he alighted from the convoy to disperse the IMN members.”

    Section 102 of the penal code prescribes death sentence for such offence.

    The prosecution told the court that they would present 39 witnesses.

    The plea of the accused persons was not taken, as the judge adjourned sitting till May 16.

    Fifty suspects were among the 265 persons currently in custody, who were arrested during the Shi’ites clash with the army on December 12 and December 14, 2015.

    Meanwhile, the Department of State Services said on Thursday at the Justice Muhammad Lawal Garba Judicial of Inquiry on Army/Shiites clash that the sole aim of the Shi’ites was to establish an Islamic State.

    The Kaduna State Director of the DSS, Mustapha Sani, said the allegation was based on the doctrines and allegiance of the Shi’ites group to the Republic of Iran.

    Sani, who testified before the panel, insisted that the group received financial support from Iran, alleging that the Movement never recognised the sovereignty of Nigeria as a nation.
     
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    Fulani herdsmen kill 20, raze church in Enugu community
    April 26, 2016

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    Ihuoma Chiedozie, Enugu

    No fewer than 20 persons in Ukpabi Nimbo, an agrarian community in the Uzo-Uwani Local Government Area of Enugu State, were killed during an attack by Fulani herdsmen on Monday.

    It was learnt that scores of armed cattle rearers, reportedly numbering more than 100, stormed the sleepy community in the early hours of Monday.

    A national newspaper had reported on Monday that the herdsmen had recruited scores of gunmen from Nasarawa State for the impending attack on the Enugu community.

    Sources in the community said sporadic gunshots were heard as the rampaging herdsmen moved to sack villagers from their homes.

    It was gathered that the invading cattle rearers carried guns, bows, arrows, machetes and swords to execute their mission.

    The invaders also set a Catholic church in the area on fire.

    Many of the villagers were said to have escaped to neighbouring communities in the Uzo-Uwani area, but it was gathered that people in the nearby towns were also worried about possible attacks from the herdsmen.

    A police source told our correspondent that as of the time of filing this report, the corpses of five persons, who died in the attack, had been recovered.

    It was also learnt that the corpses, which were deposited at the morgue in Bishop Shanahan Hospital, Nsukka, were recovered from farmlands.

    There were indications that more bodies would be recovered as a combined team of police and military personnel, who moved into the community to quell the attack, had yet to reach all the affected areas.

    But sources in the Ukpabi Nimbo community said more than 20 of their kith and kin were killed before help could come.

    The Police Public Relations Officer, Enugu State Police Command, Mr. Ebere Amaraizu, said the total number of casualties could not be ascertained as of the time of filing this report.

    Amaraizu, who spoke with our correspondent on the telephone, said the situation in the community had been brought under control, adding that the Commissioner of Police, Mr. Nwodibo Ekechukwu, had led other officers of the command to the affected areas.

    The PPRO stated, “We moved in to ensure that the situation did not degenerate beyond control and right now, everything is under control.

    “The Commissioner of Police is there with other officers and men and the area is being secured.

    “We can’t give the total number of casualties yet; it is when the operation is concluded that we will collate figures and give a definite number.”

    Many members of the Ukpabi Nimbo community, who are mostly farmers, have their homes around their farmlands.

    It was gathered that several houses as well as farms and crops were also destroyed by the herdsmen.

    Our correspondent learnt that the herdsmen had previously fallen out with the villagers over their grazing activities in the community.

    Sources in the community disclosed that the villagers had been resisting the use of their farmlands as grazing fields by the herdsmen.

    Our correspondent learnt that the situation further degenerated after some herdsmen, who operated in Ukpani Nimbo and other communities in the Uzo-Uwani area, claimed that their cows were missing.

    There were also allegations by the herdsmen that some of their colleagues were killed in the area.
     
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    they are really boko haram

    they arrest them and they are released asap
    like what happens in ersal

    The police and the Nigerian Army have contradicted their claims on the whereabouts of 56 Fulani herdsmen, who were arrested with arms at a military checkpoint, along the Airport Road, Abuja, last week.

    Troops arrested 36 armed Fulani herdsmen at a checkpoint in Keffi, Nasarawa State, while another 56 herdsmen were also caught with arms along the Airport Road, Abuja, by the military.

    The Assistant Director, Army Public Relations of the Guards Brigade, Capt. Bashir Jajira, had, in a statement on April 18, said the 36 suspects arrested in Keffi had been handed over to the Nasarawa State Police Command.

    Jajira added that the other 56 suspects were handed over to the Kuje Divisional Police Station.

    He stated that the troops recovered “one pump action gun, 19 cartridge, dane guns, 118 cartridge ammo, 28 cutlasses, three jack knives, 14 sticks, seven torches, Certificate of Occupancy, assorted charms and hard drugs.”
     
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    now christians are retaliating back
    in 2003 , when the hausa killed many Igbos is Abuja, these Massob, retaliated by killing s1000s of them
    it looks like there might be another killing

    MASSOB Orders All Fulani Herdsmen to Leave Igbo Land Or ....
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    1. Following attacks by Fulani herdsmen in Enugu and other parts of the federation, Movement for the Actualization of Sovereign States of Biafra, MASSOB, has ordered all Fulani herdsmen to leave South-East Nigeria.



      A statement made available to Vanguard by MASSOB, read in part: “We condemn attack on Biafrans by Fulani herdsmen at Uzo-Uwani council area of Enugu State. We wish to remind Ndigbo and Biafrans that this killing and destruction of property of our people by Fulani herdsmen is getting out of hands.

      “The fact that MASSOB believes in non-violence does not mean that we cannot defend ourselves. It is a pity that Amnesty International has never for one day writen a report against Nigerian Military and Fulani herdsmen over the killing of our people. The massacre of MASSOB, IPOB members in Aba, the Ezu-River killing of six Igbo traders in Abuja (the Apo six), the invasion of Igbo land by Fulani herdsmen, with all these things, Amnesty International has not and will never see reasons to indict the Nigerian Government because they are being controlled by the North.

      “It is on record that the Nigerian Police received security report, last Friday, that over 500 Fulani herdsmen gathered in that community to attack them. This ethnic cleansing was planned against Ndigbo in 2003. Now that the power has gone to the Fulani man, they have begun to execute this evil agenda. MASSOB is calling on all the pro-Biafra groups, Igbo youths to wake up and let us unite and face our enemies. We are warning the Fulani herdsmen to leave Biafra land or they will face our wrath.”
     
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    now christians are retaliating back
    in 2003 , when the hausa killed many Igbos is Abuja, these Massob, retaliated by killing s1000s of them
    it looks like there might be another killing

    MASSOB Orders All Fulani Herdsmen to Leave Igbo Land Or ....
    Discussion in 'Metro News' started by Jules, 35 minutes ago. Views count: 160

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    1. Following attacks by Fulani herdsmen in Enugu and other parts of the federation, Movement for the Actualization of Sovereign States of Biafra, MASSOB, has ordered all Fulani herdsmen to leave South-East Nigeria.



      A statement made available to Vanguard by MASSOB, read in part: “We condemn attack on Biafrans by Fulani herdsmen at Uzo-Uwani council area of Enugu State. We wish to remind Ndigbo and Biafrans that this killing and destruction of property of our people by Fulani herdsmen is getting out of hands.

      “The fact that MASSOB believes in non-violence does not mean that we cannot defend ourselves. It is a pity that Amnesty International has never for one day writen a report against Nigerian Military and Fulani herdsmen over the killing of our people. The massacre of MASSOB, IPOB members in Aba, the Ezu-River killing of six Igbo traders in Abuja (the Apo six), the invasion of Igbo land by Fulani herdsmen, with all these things, Amnesty International has not and will never see reasons to indict the Nigerian Government because they are being controlled by the North.

      “It is on record that the Nigerian Police received security report, last Friday, that over 500 Fulani herdsmen gathered in that community to attack them. This ethnic cleansing was planned against Ndigbo in 2003. Now that the power has gone to the Fulani man, they have begun to execute this evil agenda. MASSOB is calling on all the pro-Biafra groups, Igbo youths to wake up and let us unite and face our enemies. We are warning the Fulani herdsmen to leave Biafra land or they will face our wrath.”
    isnt the nigerian army capable of doing anything?
     
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    isnt the nigerian army capable of doing anything?
    if they want to , they can, but its ill equipped , corrupt and lack moral

    now that the president is sunni and a muslim brotherhood for that matter and he nominated the head of services to be mainly sunnis,
    they wont do much

    actually , they are aiding and covering boko haram, check my post earlier on this subject ( where they released armed ones)

    Igbos and the southern rebels are a force to reckon with, they control the oil, and are well motivated , if they decide to act.
     
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    if they want to , they can, but its ill equipped , corrupt and lack moral

    now that the president is sunni and a muslim brotherhood for that matter and he nominated the head of services to be mainly sunnis,
    they wont do much

    actually , they are aiding and covering boko haram, check my post earlier on this subject ( where they released armed ones)

    Igbos and the southern rebels are a force to reckon with, they control the oil, and are well motivated , if they decide to act.
    i understand that the coastline is majority christian and the innerlands are majority muslim, whats keeping the country together?
     
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    i understand that the coastline is majority christian and the innerlands are majority muslim, whats keeping the country together?
    55% Christians vs 45%, and yes , majority of coastlines Christians

    Muslims are too poor to ditch that nation ( as oil is under the christian side) , when the igbos ( BIAFRA) tried to secede , the muslim hausa fought and kept them in Nigeria by force, Biafra war was one of the bloodiest civil war ever ( over 10 mil died),

    so muslims interests lies in keeping the country together and sucking it dry, as they are doing today

    while the christians are not against keeping Nigeria united
    being a true federation, the people dont really feel the muslim pressure in their daily lives, as each state have their own laws and budgets and civil laws

    thats why you see most northern sunni states dead ,
    and the christians states doing quiet well and progressing

    so the need for break up is not that strong, yet
     
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