The former aviation minister, Chief Femi Fani-Kayode has accused Fulanis of using poverty as a weapon of Islamic conquest against Nigerians.
In a statement on his Facebook page on Wednesday, Southern Dailies gathered that the present poverty in Nigeria is a weapon of Islamic conquest being use by Fulanis cow Nigerians into submission to the Islamic caliphate.
The Bible says “knowledge is power”. It also says “know the truth and it will set you free”.
This is made all the more important given the fact that history is not taught in Nigerian schools.
Let us join hands and walk down the beautiful path of knowledge, truth, and history together. Our focus and subject-matter for today is the Fulani tribe of northern Nigeria.
The Fulani are only partially African and only partly Negroid. They are the product of cross-breeding between the Taurags, Berbers, and Arabs of north Africa on the one hand and the local black African women of Futa Jalon, Guinea in West Africa, on the other.
In those days Futa Jalon was a popular trade route between north and west Africa. After hundreds of years of cross-breeding the final product of this union was the Fula race.
If you doubt this assertion I challenge you to look at the texture of their hair, their thin lips, their slim and pointed noses, their tall and slight build and there, more often than not, light complexion and you will know that they are only partially African and only partly Negroid.
Like their Tutsi cousins (who also originally came from Futa Jalon but who migrated to central and east Africa over the centuries) they are primarily and in the main gypsy-like wanderers and nomads who are deeply courageous and notoriously ruthless and ferocious in battle yet who have a strange and inexplicable attachment to and affinity and affection for their cattle and cows.