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Open Grazing: Fulani Jihadists Vow To Attack Delta, Issue 72-Hours Ultimatum

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A Fulani Jihadist group has issued a 72-hour ultimatum to Governor Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta State to withdraw his support for the open grazing ban.

Naija News recalls that 17 southern governors had in a meeting in Asaba, Delta State, issued a ban on open grazing n the region.

But in an unsigned letter circulated in the state, the Fulani Jihadist instructed Okowa to withdraw support for the ban.

The letter read: “This is to inform Delta State that the Fulanis of Usman Dan Fodio leadership shall do everything it can to uphold the legacy of our heritage of open grazing, for we are nomadic people from origination and shall never negotiate the ownership of Nigeria and West Africa and sub-Sahara.

“We, hereby, ask the governor of Delta State to immediately withdraw his earlier stand on ban of open grazing in 17 regions in not less than 72 hours from the above date and also withdraw his position as the leading voice of the governors, even before the hosting of the South-South, South-East and South-South governors meeting in Asaba.

“Failure to adhere to this demand for being the host of the 17 governors, Delta State, most likely the city of Asaba and Agbor, shall encounter severe consequences than that of Bornu, Kebbi, Kastina, Kaduna, Enugu, Benue, Oyo and many more that will not respect the Fulani’s heritage.

“We take responsibility for the detonated explosive uncovered in the state secretariat, which should serve as warning to the Delta State government for what is to come, should the governor fail to abide by our demand.

“We advise all Fulanis and northerners, including the security personnel, to leave Delta State as soon as possible for the wind of our action is now present in the land. For failure of the governor to adhere to our call, this shall leave us with no choice.”