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Just Before The Creation Of State Police

It is no surprise at all that one of the questions that have dominated our political space in recent time is “State Police: To be or not to be” given the orgy of violence that has enveloped the nation and the seeming inability of the Police or lack of will by the powers that be to quickly arrest the situation.

The Fulanisation Of Nigeria And The Perfidy Of The British Part 1

Mr Gwnfor Evans MP, the great Welsh politician, lawyer and author and the leader of Plaid Cymru, the Welsh nationalist party, for no less than 36 years before he passed on in 2005, made the following historic and profound observation many years ago. He said, “‘Britishness’ is a political synonym for ‘Englishness’ which extends the English culture over the Scots, the Welsh and the Irish”.

Not All Herdsmen Are Fulani, Criminals – Emir Sanusi

The Emir of Kano, Muhammd Sanusi II, has asked Nigerians to refrain from pointing fingers at the Fulani ethnic extraction every time attacks are carried out by herdsmen. Sanusi said this on Sunday at a National Executive Council meeting of MACBAN in Minna, Niger state. The Emir said it was wrong to use ethnic characteristics to single out the Fulanis when such attacks take place. “Nigerians should avoid ethnic profiling whenever a crime was committed, criminals have no tribal marks,” Sanusi said. “MACBAN should…