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FG Blamed Over Herdsmen Attacks

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Continental President of African Policing Marshal and a Central Executive Officer (CEO) of Policing Nigeria Awareness Initiative, HRH Ambassador Chief Egbe Akparakun Adun has accused federal government of stoking the crisis that erupted into Fulani Herdsmen attacks in the country.

Akparakun who spoke in an interview with LEADERSHIP in Abuja said he is disappointed that even at this moment, President Muhammad Buhari with his integrity has not been able to come out boldly and look at the face of the sponsors of violence across the country and put up their names for international recognition and for the international community to name them terrorists that we should be careful of seeing in the society.

He said: “We have them on ground and yet the government that is fighting corruption, insecurity and insurgence cannot take the bull by the horn and mention out the names of these sponsors.”

Akparakum who is also partnering with organizations such as United Nigeria Chaplaincy (UNC) to ensure peace and stability in the country said there is nothing like Fulani herdsmen attack. According to him, what we have is Boko Haram in diverse form. Boko Haram is sharing operations and then nicknaming the next part of it operation to be called Fulani herdsmen.

“Fulani herdsmen have been living with Nigerians from the inception and we have not been seen what we are seeing,” he concluded.

He equally urged the federal government to take an action against allocation of oil block in Nigeria. He said if the government take action against allocation of oil block Nigeria will be at peace.



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