NEWS FLASH: We’re going to take our lands — Northern coalition warns herdsmen

    NEWS FLASH: We’re going to take our lands — Northern coalition warns herdsmen
Under the auspices of the Conference of Authoctonous Ethnic Nationalities, Communities, and Development Associations (CONAECDA), a coalition of Northern tribes has pledged to reclaim land “taken” by Fulani ranchers. NEWS FLASH: We’re going to take our lands — Northern coalition warns herdsmen

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On Thursday, the alliance committed to put an end to the countless killings and other types of criminality in the North. Suleman Sukukum, the group’s Secretary-General, made the announcement at a press conference in Jos on Thursday. NEWS FLASH: We’re going to take our lands — Northern coalition warns herdsmen

NEWS FLASH: We’re going to take our lands — Northern coalition warns herdsmen

 

According to the statement, “millions of people have been displaced, including over 1.5 million in Benue State alone.” Thousands of women have been raped, with over 700 women raped in Kebbi State alone; thousands of dwellings have been damaged, with over 2,500 homes destroyed in Irigwe territory alone between August 2nd and 12th. Because they are internally displaced, our girls are being trafficked. These terrorist operations are interfering with our capacity to farm, attend school, and conduct lawful commerce. Our observations reveal a lack of engagement and honesty on the part of public leaders.

 

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in dealing with these difficulties; the role of corruption, and our security system’s failure to employ information or intelligence in responding on time and appropriately to numerous early warning signals. We have also witnessed with certainty that, while embarrassed by the security and humanitarian situation, certain public leaders choose to whitewash or deny the scope and severity of the crisis rather than move decisively in resolving the pertinent concerns. We are essential players in the Nigerian Project as stakeholders in Nigerian society and leaders of over 400 indigenous communities in Central and Northern Nigeria, and we must do our share in addressing these national concerns. “The CONAECDA convention resolved to launch an emergency project to safeguard, rebuild, and defend such communities. As a result, we are using this occasion to tell all trespassers and occupants of our communities that we are coming after them and will recapture our communities and lands by all legal means.”
The organization is comprised of 400 indigenous tribes from 15 Northern states.

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