Insecurity: Afenifere orders killer herdsmen to leave southwest or face hostility

Insecurity: Afenifere orders killer herdsmen to leave southwest or face hostility

- Killer herdsmen in the southwest have been ordered to leave the zone or face serious confrontation

- The order was made by the Pan-Yoruba Socio-political organisation, Afenifere, following the killing of Funke Olakunrin

- Olakunrin was the daughter of Afenifere leader, Pa Reuben Fasoranti

Following the killing of its leader's daughter, Funke Olakunrin, the pan-Yoruba Socio-political organisation, Afenifere, has ordered killer herdsmen to leave the southwest now or face serious confrontation.

The organisation gave the order at a news conference in Ikeja area of Lagos on Wednesday, July 24, PM News report. gathers that one of Afenifere leaders, Ayo Adebanjo, said said that about 30,000 people had been killed due to activities of killer herdsmen between 2015 and 2019.

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The forum warned the National Assembly “not to amend the Land Use Act with the intent to change the predominance of land allocation in states to the federal government to allow Ruga’s implementation".

Afenifere said: "We demand their immediate exit from Yoruba land. If they refused to leave in reasonable time, we will not stop our people from confronting them.

“Yoruba land has now become the epicenter of the terror of these Fulani marauders and our people are fed up with the shedding of innocent blood that is quite anathema to our respect for human life which would see us remembering those who died peacefully 50 years down the line."

Meanwhile,, Afenifere, a pan-Yoruba socio-political organisation, berated a second republic lawmaker, Junaid Mohammed, for describing leaders of the group as noisemakers.

Mohammed had in an interview with a national newspaper accused some leaders of Afenifere of making provocative statements.

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He said that the Yoruba leaders learnt no lesson from the Biafran war, describing them as “noisemakers” who would be the first to flee if war breaks out. ( -> We have updated to serve you better

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