The National President of Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria (MACBAN), Muhammadu Kirowa, says that the association have broken ties They initially have with the Yoruba nation for going ahead with their Amotekun Security Network. Kirowa who spoke at Abuja says that the association and its affiliates will cease to support the political ambitions of the Yoruba people and the nation, saying that the much-debated Amotekun Security Network was formed to disrupt the activities of the cattle herders
He lamented by saying, We cannot be supporting those who are against us. The only reason for forming Amotekun is for Fulani people, to drive us away from their land.
Tell me are we not all Nigerians? I have seen that the Amotekun boys have been armed basically for Fulani people.
If they are armed, we have no choice than to arm cattlemen because they need to protect themselves from the danger which Amotekun will pose to them.
They cannot reject Ruga and at the same time reject open grazing, they must choose one as stated by law.
All I can tell you now is that they are pushing us too far. They are really pushing us to the wall.
We have held meetings with relevant government agencies and authorities and they promised to look into the issue.
How can they go ahead with Amotekun when the police issued them notice to stop? How can they ignore the President’s directive to stop Amotekun? I see that there is an evil motive behind this security network and also refusing to recruit Fulanis who are part of Yoruba land,
I heard they have also endowed them with different charms to kill our cows and men.
For any cow killed, their government will pay double for it. For every Fulani herdsman killed, violence will erupt in Yoruba land. We have been oppressed for too long. It’s time to tell Yoruba people that we are not cowards and by Allah’s power, we will crush Amotekun, crush people behind it and crush all their evil plots against the Fulani race.
No one can stop Fulani.
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