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BOMBSHELL: Nigeria’s Oil Has Become A Curse On North- Miyetti Allah Declares, Says Fulanis Will Survive Without Oil (Details below)

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The Miyetti Allah Kautal Hore said what is happening in the country is called the ‘ resource curse’ as he stated that ‘ the oil we have has become a curse on us. ‘

Speaking on Wednesday while featuring on PUNCH Online interview program, the Spokesman of the Fulani socio- cultural group, Saleh Alhassan, said the Herders will survive if they divide Nigeria today because if there is no oil at the center, the northern governors will develop livestock which will benefit Fulani.

His words, If we want to restructure the country or divide this country, we should sit down at a round table and say this is how we want to share this country, or this how we want to exist. It is as simple as that.

“Do you think if they divide Nigeria today, the herders will be at the disadvantage? No. If there is no oil at the center, won’ t the northern governors develop livestock? Who are the custodians of livestock, is it not the Fulani herders?

“So, what we are facing is what is called ‘ resource curse’ – the oil we have has become a curse on us. If our governors were not collecting oil money, we would have flourishing ranches, flourishing grazing reserves, a lot of companies would be producing animal feeds and all the value chains would have been harnessed.

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“But when governors wake up every morning to collect oil money at the center and then they begin to negotiate for power- sharing here and there, this is what we have. ”

The Spokesman while commenting on the quit notice issued to herdsmen to vacate Ondo State reserve forest by Governor Akeredolu.

He said, “Why that quit (notice) is not good is because it is going to have an implication. If you have jobless youths in the north in the name of one coalition or the other issuing counter quit notices, are you not creating tension in the country? It is not good for the country. “

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