Fulanis Arrived last night in Izzi Nodo: Youths donates four 911 trucks for reloading & evacuation

Obinwannem News Izzi Nodo Youths donates four 911 trucks for reloading and evacuation of the crowded Fulanis that arrived Abakaliki mid Night yesterday.

They directed the drivers to drop them at a land mapped out for them at Uburu.

Currently, arrangements have been made by the protesters to drop them anywhere else outside Izzi land. Other clans should be vigilant.

Protest ongoing now at Hausa Quarters Abakaliki as over 2,000 Fulanis loaded with trucks arrived Izzi community last night.(Occupying available uncompleted buildings)

As Izzi youths demand them to vacate/leave Izzi land, the police are on the ground to make sure the protest is peaceful. It is now a common knowledge that Umaru sorry I mean Umahi has sold Ebonyi people to Fulani cabals.

Izzi Nodo Youths donates four 911 trucks for reloading and evacuation of the crowded Fulanis that arrived Abakaliki mid Night yesterday.

FINALLY, RUGA HAS TAKEN PLACE IN EBONYI STATE PROPERLY, AS HERDERS AND THEIR FAMILIES ARRIVED IN THEIR NUMBERS WITH FULL TRAILERS OF LOADS AND OTHER BUSES.

The news has really carried it as it has also been confirmed that the herdsmen in their numbers arrived in a particular village called Izzi LGA yesterday 12th of October 2019.

In the first place, they claimed that the very land they came to occupy had been sold to them by the Governor of the Ebony state.

But after much disagreement between them, both the police that escorted them and the youths of the community, they were later directed to another land still in the same state to settle, rear their cattle, graze the land, born and train their children and as well install their Emir in non-distance time.

May God help us in Nigeria, imagine the level of the heat of FIRE in a distance how much more when you are pushed into it. You have not been able to run away from your enemy in an open field, let alone when he has caught you up in your one room.

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Writing by Vladimir Chimaobi Obinwannem News Reporter