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Asking for a Referendum is Being Twisted by Fulani Government of Nigeria as Seeking for War Igbo Focus 2nd August 2021 When Britain was seeking for referendum to exit from the European Union, Britain wasn’t calling for war against European Union. Moreover, when Scottish people were calling for referendum to exit from Britain, Scotland wasn’t calling for war against Britain. But Nigeria Fulani government will always twist things around to favour themselves instead of keeping reality with the law. The way the Nigerian Fulani government had twisted referendum as calling for war just to convince millions of uneducated Nigerians to feel Igbo or east is seeking for a war. The problem with some educated Fulani is that most of them think they are so clever than everyone else, but they don’t realise that they are so inconsiderate and ignorant to comprehend that everyone has the same brain they have. A person with decent functioning brain would not abduct a person second time yet again from overseas country considering what happened the first time. This is the second time the same Fulani president had carried out international abduction. The first time Buhari tried it with Umaru Dikko he failed wolfly, now he is making the same mistake with Nnamdi Kanu. Who’s in their right mind wouldn’t remember what happened the first time and now he has gone and done it again? Making the same mistakes repeatedly is called “stupidity” especially when the same person often carrying out the same unintelligent mistakes. It is stupidity because often people weren’t thinking that the same president is going to do the same thing again. I was reading article of Ugwumba asking is Nigeria confused or what? Saying that Nnamdi Kanu was arrested, and it was the chief prosecutor of Nigeria who will judge him with the minister for information instead of the Nigeria Inspector General of Police that was briefing the Nation on his arrest. And secondly, the Deputy Commissioner of police Abba Kyari has committed a financial crime according to American government and the Nigeria Inspector General of police is investigating instead of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to work with their American counterparts. Where are we really heading to? Then, Yerima Shettima, the national president of Arewa Youth Consultative Forum (AYCF) commented on Abba Kyari saying that there was no justification for the US court to call for Abba Kyari's extradition over the allegation. Then again, one may ask is there any justification for the north especially asking for extradition of Igboho and Nnamdi Kanu who have committed no crime, but they are only chasing self-determination that has been supported in Africa and United Nations’ charter. But a deputy commissioner of police who committed many crimes like accepting bribe, prisoning innocent people, enriching himself through proceeds of corruption, sells cars he seizes from kidnappers and armed robbers and many more. Fulani people believe they are above the law in Nigeria, UK and even in the US. Even though that some of them are educated enough to know what they are doing, majority of them talk foolishly as uneducated, who always think they know it all but know nothing as when one is talking about “referendum” they are talking about war, secession, separation but rather secession or separation may come after referendum is agreed for separation. Below is an article on referendum written by Aminu Sa'ad Beli: @Aminu Sa'ad Beli wrote on his wall. Moving forward I will start promoting peaceful separation for healthy development. SEPARATION IS NOT ABOUT WAR, IT HAS PEACEFUL ASPECT In 1776, the USA split from the UK In 1830 Belgium separated from the Netherlands In 1965, Singapore split off from Malaysia in 2002, East Timor got split off from Indonesia In 1921, Ireland split off from the United Kingdom, and (possibly in the future) there will be secession of Scotland. In 1944, Iceland split from Denmark with remarkable ease. In 1905 Norway split from Denmark In 1905, Norway and Sweden also peacefully split ways. One got the car. the other got the kids. In 1947, the British India Dominion was partitioned into India n Pakistan. In 1971, Bangladesh secceeded from Pakistan. In 1992-93, the two parts of Czechoslovakia agreed to each go their own way. Thus were born the Czech Republic and Slovakia after what's been named the “Velvet Divorce”., About the same time, another kind of separation occurred, of course, in Yugoslavia. This one led to a bloodshed. in 1965, Singapore split from Malaysia for a variety of reasons, including religious (Malaysia is majority Muslim, Singapore isn't), ethnic/racial (Singapore has a very large majority Chinese population) and concerns over the Malaysian Bumiputra policy, which was (and is) basically a form of "Affirmative Action" for Muslim Malaysians - who make up the majority population in Peninsular Malaysia. Ethiopia and Eritrea Sudan and South Sudan are now separate countries USSR is now broken down into several countries. I see separation as an avenue for a healthy competition for development as the case of Singapore and Malaysia, India and Pakistan, Norway/Denmark/Switzerland. In the case of Nigeria, I am sensing a healthy competitive development among the original component part, the North/West/East each making useful progress while competing with the others. It is not about war after all there is nothing wrong for one to decide he is no longer comfortable with the union and therefore want to opt out. LETS GIVE PEACE A CHANCE AND SEPARATE HONORABLY. This is worth sharing over and over again... British named them Burma. They rejected it, restructured & renamed themselves Myanmar. -British named them Upper Volta, but they rejected it, restructured and renamed themselves Burkina Faso - Land of Incorruptible People. -British named them Gold Coast, they rejected it, restructured and renamed themselves Ghana. -British named them Southern Rhodesia. They rejected it, restructured and renamed themselves Zimbabwe. -British named them Northern Rhodesia. They rejected it, restructured and renamed themselves Zambia. -British named them Tanganyika. They rejected it, restructured & renamed themselves Tanzania. -Germans named them colony of South West Africa. They rejected it, restructured and renamed themselves Namibia. -France named them Dahomey. They rejected it, restructured and renamed themselves Benin. -Belgium named them Zaire. However, they rejected it, restructured & renamed themselves Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). -Britain named a bunch of people - Nigeria. They rather kill to preserve it than restructure and give themselves a befitting new name. "It is only an animal that bears the name that is given to it by his enemy" (Proverb). THE FUTILITY OF PRESERVING NIGERIA My angry reaction earlier today on APC UK platform: Most of the Diasporans here living in Europe. Can you show me one multi-ethnic state in Europe where one group is positioned to dominate the rest that hasn't broken up? For those who do not know, what you call ethnic groups in Nigeria are called nations in Europe. There's nowhere in the world where the white man accepts domination from another white man in perpetuity. It used to be so under the Roman empire and the like. Not anymore. The Communists tried it, dividing society into capitalists and proletariats, deluding themselves that ethnicity is effectively swept under the carpet, but what followed? The Communist edifices in Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, and the big brother, USSR, all collapsed, while the two Germans that are ethnically the same but split by communism vs capitalism were reunited. Such is the power of ethnic nationalism. Czechoslovakia was made up of two ethnic groups, the Czech and the Slovakians. Both separated peacefully on 1st January 1993. The former is today 10.6 million people and the latter 5.4 million. Added together, they're not up to Lagos. Yet, they split for peace. Two masters can't be in the same house. Yugoslavia in 1991 was 23.2 million, barely more than Lagos population. It broke into six countries same year - all along ethnic lines, namely: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, and Slovenia. Then the big brother, USSR. It had, at least, the following ethnic groups identified by their languages: Regional languages: Ukrainian Belarusian Uzbek Kazakh Georgian Azerbaijani Lithuanian Moldavian Latvian Kyrgyz Tajik Armenian Turkmen Estonian Minority languages: Abkhaz Bashkir Buryat Chechen Finnish Volga German Korean Ossetian Tatar & various others. Today, your fingers will not be enough to count the number of countries that have emerged from the USSR. Sit down there and be preaching unity in Nigeria as if you're the kindest gentleman on earth while you have no solution to the genocide in Southern Kaduna, the illegal but officially condoned arms in the hands of killer herdsmen roaming the country, and be condemning those better informed about the fact that the country is undergoing the strains of a forced union and should be peacefully restructured or let people go their separate ways. In Europe, the two best examples of fairly stable multi-ethnic states are the UK and Switzerland. The former is led by reasonable men who permitted regional autonomy to the Irish, the Scots and the Welsh, while the English dominate Westminster. That's something some of us are asking for, but you're fighting against it in your own country wracked by ethnic crisis. Your own people are better off under oppression of fellow black men because your people have bad leaders who can't do better than their new internal colonisers. The latter country, Switzerland, has four ethnic groups. Each of them rotates the presidency annually through seven cantons that constitute the federation units. All the four languages of the four ethnic groups are recognized as official languages and school languages to boot, namely: German, French, Italian, and Romansch that has just a few thousand speakers! There's nowhere in the world where the Caucasians allow the domination of their group by another. In Canada, Quebec is the only full French-speaking province, aside a little section of New Brunswick. The other seven provinces are English-speaking. Yet, Canada is bilingual for the sake of Quebec! And each of the provinces is largely self-governing. Here we are in Nigeria, you have people arguing vehemently that a decrepit, structurally- flawed, and crisis-prone artificial contraption badly configured by the British only needs good people to survive. Why not centralise the powers of the British regions to London and see what happens? My Conclusion: When many commentators read and repost or share your articles with many of their friends and contacts, they do so because they want others to learn. NIGERIA'S 36 STATES & FCT RANKED IN ORDER OF LAND SURFACE AREA (KM²)* 1. Niger State 76,363KM² 2. Borno State 70,898KM² 3. Taraba State 54,473KM² 4. Kaduna State 46,053KM² 5. Bauchi State 45,837KM² 6. Yobe State 45,502KM² 7. Zamfara State 39,762KM² 8. Adamawa State 36,917KM² 9. Kwara State 36,825KM² 10. Kebbi State 36,800KM² 11. Benue State 34,059KM² 12. Plateau State 30,913KM² 13. Kogi State 29,833KM² 14. Oyo State 28,454KM² 15. Nasarawa State 27,117KM² 16. Sokoto State 25,973KM² 17. Katsina State 24,192KM² 18. Jigawa State 23,154KM² 19. Cross River State 20,156KM² 20. Kano State 20,131KM² 21. Gombe State 18,768KM² 22. Edo State 17,802KM² 23. Delta State 17,698KM² 24. Ogun State 16,762KM² 25. Ondo State 15,500KM² 26. Rivers State 11,077KM² 27. Bayelsa State 10,773KM² 28. Osun State 9,251KM² 29. Federal Capital Territory 7,315KM² 30. Enugu State 7,161KM² 31. Akwa Ibom State 7,081KM² 32. Ekiti State 6,353KM² 33. Abia State 6,320KM² 34. Ebonyi State 5,670KM² 35. Imo State 5,530KM² 36. Anambra State 4,844KM² 37. Lagos State 3,345KM² *Anambra + Enugu + Abia + Imo + Ebonyi = 29,525KM²* *Kogi = 29,833KM²* *Ogun + Oyo + Osun + Ondo + Ekiti = 76,320KM²* *Lagos = 3,345KM²* *Niger alone = 76,363KM²* *Niger State = Entire Southwest States - Lagos* *The entire Southeast is a little less than Kogi State only. Just for our record The North Has enough land for ranching and cattle colony. We in the South West have little land mass. PLEASE LET US BE; LEAVE US ALONE TO MANAGE THE LITTLE LAND WE HAVE *GLOBAL CATTLE BUSINESS: FACT SHEET* *A*. Top 10 NATIONS in terms of cattle inventory (2017). 1. INDIA 303 million 2. BRAZIL 226 million 3. CHINA 100 million. 4. USA 93 million. 5. EU 89 million. 6. ARGENTINA 53 million 7. AUSTRALIA 27 million 8. RUSSIA 18 million 9. MEXICO 16 million 10. TURKEY 14 million. *B*. TOP 10 MILK EXPORTERS 1. NEW ZEALAND $4.4 Billion 2. GERMANY $2.6 Billion 3. NETHERLANDS $1.9 Billion 4. FRANCE $1.5 Billion 5. USA $1.4 Billion 6. BELGIUM $1.2 Billion 7. AUSTRALIA $852 Million 8. BELARUS $637 Million 9. UK $569 Million 10. SAUDI ARABIA $556 Million *C*. TOP 10 BEEF EXPORTING NATIONS (2016). 1. AUSTRALIA $5.6 Billion 2. USA $5.2 Billion 3. BRAZIL $4.3 Billion 4. INDIA $3.7 Billion 5. NETHERLANDS $2.7 Billion 6. IRELAND $2 Billion 7. NEW ZEALAND $1.9 Billion 8. CANADA $1.5 Billion 9. URUGUAY $1.4 Billion 10. GERMANY $1.3 Billion *Additional Considerations*: 1. Nigeria is not among the top 20 nations in the global cattle business. 2. Non of the top cattle producing nations create cattle colonies or engage in primitive cattle grazing. All the top cattle producing and exporting nations utilise modern technology and ranching methods to maximise production and profit. 3. Non of the top nations earning billions of dollars annually from the cattle business condone the killing of citizens for cattle. 4. Nigeria's cattle business requires a complete re-think now and not later, for posterity's sake.
Unknown Gunmen Were Floated To Destabilize South- East And South-South Regions- -Mohammed Danmalla
The British Policy Prescription For Indigenous Peoples In Nigeria The Comprehensive Excerpt Of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu Press Briefing With The Leader Of The Ambazonia Libration Of War, Dr. Cho Ayaba, On The 9th Of April 2021
“Mark My Words, War Will Soon Break Out in Nigeria” –Olusegun Obasanjo

Sins of Chief of Army Staff

Lt. General Tukur Buratia

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Asking for a Referendum is Being Twisted by Fulani Government of Nigeria as Seeking for War Igbo Focus 2nd August 2021 When Britain was seeking for referendum to exit from the European Union, Britain wasn’t calling for war against European Union. Moreover, when Scottish people were calling for referendum to exit from Britain, Scotland wasn’t calling for war against Britain. But Nigeria Fulani government will always twist things around to favour themselves instead of keeping reality with the law. The way the Nigerian Fulani government had twisted referendum as calling for war just to convince millions of uneducated Nigerians to feel Igbo or east is seeking for a war. The problem with some educated Fulani is that most of them think they are so clever than everyone else, but they don’t realise that they are so inconsiderate and ignorant to comprehend that everyone has the same brain they have. A person with decent functioning brain would not abduct a person second time yet again from overseas country considering what happened the first time. This is the second time the same Fulani president had carried out international abduction. The first time Buhari tried it with Umaru Dikko he failed wolfly, now he is making the same mistake with Nnamdi Kanu. Who’s in their right mind wouldn’t remember what happened the first time and now he has gone and done it again? Making the same mistakes repeatedly is called “stupidity” especially when the same person often carrying out the same unintelligent mistakes. It is stupidity because often people weren’t thinking that the same president is going to do the same thing again. I was reading article of Ugwumba asking is Nigeria confused or what? Saying that Nnamdi Kanu was arrested, and it was the chief prosecutor of Nigeria who will judge him with the minister for information instead of the Nigeria Inspector General of Police that was briefing the Nation on his arrest. And secondly, the Deputy Commissioner of police Abba Kyari has committed a financial crime according to American government and the Nigeria Inspector General of police is investigating instead of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to work with their American counterparts. Where are we really heading to? Then, Yerima Shettima, the national president of Arewa Youth Consultative Forum (AYCF) commented on Abba Kyari saying that there was no justification for the US court to call for Abba Kyari's extradition over the allegation. Then again, one may ask is there any justification for the north especially asking for extradition of Igboho and Nnamdi Kanu who have committed no crime, but they are only chasing self-determination that has been supported in Africa and United Nations’ charter. But a deputy commissioner of police who committed many crimes like accepting bribe, prisoning innocent people, enriching himself through proceeds of corruption, sells cars he seizes from kidnappers and armed robbers and many more. Fulani people believe they are above the law in Nigeria, UK and even in the US. Even though that some of them are educated enough to know what they are doing, majority of them talk foolishly as uneducated, who always think they know it all but know nothing as when one is talking about “referendum” they are talking about war, secession, separation but rather secession or separation may come after referendum is agreed for separation. Below is an article on referendum written by Aminu Sa'ad Beli: @Aminu Sa'ad Beli wrote on his wall. Moving forward I will start promoting peaceful separation for healthy development. SEPARATION IS NOT ABOUT WAR, IT HAS PEACEFUL ASPECT In 1776, the USA split from the UK In 1830 Belgium separated from the Netherlands In 1965, Singapore split off from Malaysia in 2002, East Timor got split off from Indonesia In 1921, Ireland split off from the United Kingdom, and (possibly in the future) there will be secession of Scotland. In 1944, Iceland split from Denmark with remarkable ease. In 1905 Norway split from Denmark In 1905, Norway and Sweden also peacefully split ways. One got the car. the other got the kids. In 1947, the British India Dominion was partitioned into India n Pakistan. In 1971, Bangladesh secceeded from Pakistan. In 1992-93, the two parts of Czechoslovakia agreed to each go their own way. Thus were born the Czech Republic and Slovakia after what's been named the “Velvet Divorce”., About the same time, another kind of separation occurred, of course, in Yugoslavia. This one led to a bloodshed. in 1965, Singapore split from Malaysia for a variety of reasons, including religious (Malaysia is majority Muslim, Singapore isn't), ethnic/racial (Singapore has a very large majority Chinese population) and concerns over the Malaysian Bumiputra policy, which was (and is) basically a form of "Affirmative Action" for Muslim Malaysians - who make up the majority population in Peninsular Malaysia. Ethiopia and Eritrea Sudan and South Sudan are now separate countries USSR is now broken down into several countries. I see separation as an avenue for a healthy competition for development as the case of Singapore and Malaysia, India and Pakistan, Norway/Denmark/Switzerland. In the case of Nigeria, I am sensing a healthy competitive development among the original component part, the North/West/East each making useful progress while competing with the others. It is not about war after all there is nothing wrong for one to decide he is no longer comfortable with the union and therefore want to opt out. LETS GIVE PEACE A CHANCE AND SEPARATE HONORABLY. This is worth sharing over and over again... British named them Burma. They rejected it, restructured & renamed themselves Myanmar. -British named them Upper Volta, but they rejected it, restructured and renamed themselves Burkina Faso - Land of Incorruptible People. -British named them Gold Coast, they rejected it, restructured and renamed themselves Ghana. -British named them Southern Rhodesia. They rejected it, restructured and renamed themselves Zimbabwe. -British named them Northern Rhodesia. They rejected it, restructured and renamed themselves Zambia. -British named them Tanganyika. They rejected it, restructured & renamed themselves Tanzania. -Germans named them colony of South West Africa. They rejected it, restructured and renamed themselves Namibia. -France named them Dahomey. They rejected it, restructured and renamed themselves Benin. -Belgium named them Zaire. However, they rejected it, restructured & renamed themselves Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). -Britain named a bunch of people - Nigeria. They rather kill to preserve it than restructure and give themselves a befitting new name. "It is only an animal that bears the name that is given to it by his enemy" (Proverb). THE FUTILITY OF PRESERVING NIGERIA My angry reaction earlier today on APC UK platform: Most of the Diasporans here living in Europe. Can you show me one multi-ethnic state in Europe where one group is positioned to dominate the rest that hasn't broken up? For those who do not know, what you call ethnic groups in Nigeria are called nations in Europe. There's nowhere in the world where the white man accepts domination from another white man in perpetuity. It used to be so under the Roman empire and the like. Not anymore. The Communists tried it, dividing society into capitalists and proletariats, deluding themselves that ethnicity is effectively swept under the carpet, but what followed? The Communist edifices in Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, and the big brother, USSR, all collapsed, while the two Germans that are ethnically the same but split by communism vs capitalism were reunited. Such is the power of ethnic nationalism. Czechoslovakia was made up of two ethnic groups, the Czech and the Slovakians. Both separated peacefully on 1st January 1993. The former is today 10.6 million people and the latter 5.4 million. Added together, they're not up to Lagos. Yet, they split for peace. Two masters can't be in the same house. Yugoslavia in 1991 was 23.2 million, barely more than Lagos population. It broke into six countries same year - all along ethnic lines, namely: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, and Slovenia. Then the big brother, USSR. It had, at least, the following ethnic groups identified by their languages: Regional languages: Ukrainian Belarusian Uzbek Kazakh Georgian Azerbaijani Lithuanian Moldavian Latvian Kyrgyz Tajik Armenian Turkmen Estonian Minority languages: Abkhaz Bashkir Buryat Chechen Finnish Volga German Korean Ossetian Tatar & various others. Today, your fingers will not be enough to count the number of countries that have emerged from the USSR. Sit down there and be preaching unity in Nigeria as if you're the kindest gentleman on earth while you have no solution to the genocide in Southern Kaduna, the illegal but officially condoned arms in the hands of killer herdsmen roaming the country, and be condemning those better informed about the fact that the country is undergoing the strains of a forced union and should be peacefully restructured or let people go their separate ways. In Europe, the two best examples of fairly stable multi-ethnic states are the UK and Switzerland. The former is led by reasonable men who permitted regional autonomy to the Irish, the Scots and the Welsh, while the English dominate Westminster. That's something some of us are asking for, but you're fighting against it in your own country wracked by ethnic crisis. Your own people are better off under oppression of fellow black men because your people have bad leaders who can't do better than their new internal colonisers. The latter country, Switzerland, has four ethnic groups. Each of them rotates the presidency annually through seven cantons that constitute the federation units. All the four languages of the four ethnic groups are recognized as official languages and school languages to boot, namely: German, French, Italian, and Romansch that has just a few thousand speakers! There's nowhere in the world where the Caucasians allow the domination of their group by another. In Canada, Quebec is the only full French- speaking province, aside a little section of New Brunswick. The other seven provinces are English-speaking. Yet, Canada is bilingual for the sake of Quebec! And each of the provinces is largely self-governing. Here we are in Nigeria, you have people arguing vehemently that a decrepit, structurally-flawed, and crisis-prone artificial contraption badly configured by the British only needs good people to survive. Why not centralise the powers of the British regions to London and see what happens? My Conclusion: When many commentators read and repost or share your articles with many of their friends and contacts, they do so because they want others to learn. NIGERIA'S 36 STATES & FCT RANKED IN ORDER OF LAND SURFACE AREA (KM²)* 1. Niger State 76,363KM² 2. Borno State 70,898KM² 3. Taraba State 54,473KM² 4. Kaduna State 46,053KM² 5. Bauchi State 45,837KM² 6. Yobe State 45,502KM² 7. Zamfara State 39,762KM² 8. Adamawa State 36,917KM² 9. Kwara State 36,825KM² 10. Kebbi State 36,800KM² 11. Benue State 34,059KM² 12. Plateau State 30,913KM² 13. Kogi State 29,833KM² 14. Oyo State 28,454KM² 15. Nasarawa State 27,117KM² 16. Sokoto State 25,973KM² 17. Katsina State 24,192KM² 18. Jigawa State 23,154KM² 19. Cross River State 20,156KM² 20. Kano State 20,131KM² 21. Gombe State 18,768KM² 22. Edo State 17,802KM² 23. Delta State 17,698KM² 24. Ogun State 16,762KM² 25. Ondo State 15,500KM² 26. Rivers State 11,077KM² 27. Bayelsa State 10,773KM² 28. Osun State 9,251KM² 29. Federal Capital Territory 7,315KM² 30. Enugu State 7,161KM² 31. Akwa Ibom State 7,081KM² 32. Ekiti State 6,353KM² 33. Abia State 6,320KM² 34. Ebonyi State 5,670KM² 35. Imo State 5,530KM² 36. Anambra State 4,844KM² 37. Lagos State 3,345KM² *Anambra + Enugu + Abia + Imo + Ebonyi = 29,525KM²* *Kogi = 29,833KM²* *Ogun + Oyo + Osun + Ondo + Ekiti = 76,320KM²* *Lagos = 3,345KM²* *Niger alone = 76,363KM²* *Niger State = Entire Southwest States - Lagos* *The entire Southeast is a little less than Kogi State only. Just for our record The North Has enough land for ranching and cattle colony. We in the South West have little land mass. PLEASE LET US BE; LEAVE US ALONE TO MANAGE THE LITTLE LAND WE HAVE *GLOBAL CATTLE BUSINESS: FACT SHEET* *A*. Top 10 NATIONS in terms of cattle inventory (2017). 1. INDIA 303 million 2. BRAZIL 226 million 3. CHINA 100 million. 4. USA 93 million. 5. EU 89 million. 6. ARGENTINA 53 million 7. AUSTRALIA 27 million 8. RUSSIA 18 million 9. MEXICO 16 million 10. TURKEY 14 million. *B*. TOP 10 MILK EXPORTERS 1. NEW ZEALAND $4.4 Billion 2. GERMANY $2.6 Billion 3. NETHERLANDS $1.9 Billion 4. FRANCE $1.5 Billion 5. USA $1.4 Billion 6. BELGIUM $1.2 Billion 7. AUSTRALIA $852 Million 8. BELARUS $637 Million 9. UK $569 Million 10. SAUDI ARABIA $556 Million *C*. TOP 10 BEEF EXPORTING NATIONS (2016). 1. AUSTRALIA $5.6 Billion 2. USA $5.2 Billion 3. BRAZIL $4.3 Billion 4. INDIA $3.7 Billion 5. NETHERLANDS $2.7 Billion 6. IRELAND $2 Billion 7. NEW ZEALAND $1.9 Billion 8. CANADA $1.5 Billion 9. URUGUAY $1.4 Billion 10. GERMANY $1.3 Billion *Additional Considerations*: 1. Nigeria is not among the top 20 nations in the global cattle business. 2. Non of the top cattle producing nations create cattle colonies or engage in primitive cattle grazing. All the top cattle producing and exporting nations utilise modern technology and ranching methods to maximise production and profit. 3. Non of the top nations earning billions of dollars annually from the cattle business condone the killing of citizens for cattle. 4. Nigeria's cattle business requires a complete re-think now and not later, for posterity's sake.
Unknown Gunmen Were Floated To Destabilize South- East And South-South Regions- -Mohammed Danmalla
The British Policy Prescription For Indigenous Peoples In Nigeria The Comprehensive Excerpt Of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu Press Briefing With The Leader Of The Ambazonia Libration Of War, Dr. Cho Ayaba, On The 9th Of April 2021
“Mark My Words, War Will Soon Break Out in Nigeria” –Olusegun Obasanjo

Sins of Chief of Army Staff Lt.

General Tukur Buratia

40 Mortal Sins And Human Rights Atrocities of Buratai’s Era As Nigerian Army Chief Nigerian Army's 'war' against Boko Haram, Shiittes, IPOB, Others - The story of Buratai ANALYSIS: Buratai - A Legacy Blotted by Massacres, Extrajudicial Killings Buratai and Human Rights Records by Emmanuel Onwubiko
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