Columns

A Bovine Stench In the Polity, By Dele Agekameh

Thousands have been killed over cattle across Africa, yet the Nigerian government refuses to recognise the terrorism perpetrated by Fulani herdsmen in herding their cattle. The scourge of herdsmen attacks in and around farming communities in Nigeria has recently reached a disturbing crescendo. This has been reflected in national discourse.…
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Opinion

Still On Murderous Fulani Kidnappers, By Yushau A. Shuaib

How come Fulani people have now taken over the job of kidnapping, which prior to the arrival of President Buhari’s administration, was common with militants in the Niger Delta and occasionally armed robbers in the South-East and South-West? What influenced the Fulanis to take to the kidnapping profession? What happened…
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Columns

Benue Pogrom: Dancing On Victims’ Graves, By Louis Odion

Surely, courage is needed to bring a murderer to justice, especially when s/he happens to be a relation. The inspector general of police needs it. Otherwise, he would not take liberty to describe the Benue killings as the consequences of a "communal clash", even when the leadership of Miyetti Allah…
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