“ I have been given the sword of truth to defeat and conquer the enemies of Allah. I will establish the caliphate to rule over all, and Sakwatto shall be its capital. It’s either the pagans and unbelievers accept the Koran or accept the sword”
~Sheik Usman Dan Fodio 1804
“We the people of North should continue our stated intention to conquer the South and to dip the Koran into the Atlantic Ocean after the British leave our shores”
~Sir Ahmadu Bello 1957
“The new Nation called Nigeria should be an estate of our great grandfather Othman Dan Fodio. We must ruthlessly prevent the change of power. We must use the minorities in the north, as willing tool and the south as a conquered territory and never allow them rule over us and never allow them have control over their future”
~Sir Ahmad Bello 1960
The quotes above are that of the founding fathers of the Fulani in Nigeria Othman Dan Fodio who is the first Mahdi, and his descendant Sardauna of Sokoto who is the second Mahdi.
Just as the Jews all over the world migrated and settled in the current state of Israel after holocaust and great persecution, till the Jewish State officially started in May 14 1948, Fulani all over Africa wants to do the same in Nigeria. They see and think Nigeria as their promised land which they must occupy even if it amounts wiping off every living soul in the country.
The Sokoto Caliphate as conqueredand established by Othman Dan Fodio was by far the largest and most successful legacy of Fulani power in Western Africa. It was the largest, as well as the most well-organized, of the Fulani Jihad states. Throughout the 19th century, Sokoto was one of the largest and most powerful empires in West Africa until 1903, when defeated by European colonial forces.
This means that the Fulani can be found in many countries in West Africa and northern parts of Central Africa. They can also be found in South Sudan, Sudan, and regions near the Red Sea coast, but that Nigeria has the highest number of Fulani people all over the world, and they are estimated at about 13,000,000. Guinea, Senegal, Mali, Cameroon, Niger, Burkina Faso have a few millions of Fulanis each.
Ghana, Benin,Guinea-Bissau, Togo, Gambia, Chad, Sudan, Sierra-Leone, Ivory Coast, Central African Republic have few hundreds of thousands of Fulani each.
Still wondering the reason why President Buhari and Nasir El rufai had insisted that the Fulanis massacring Nigerians are foreigners and not Nigerians? Still, perplexed by the reason why they are paid to stop killing Nigerians by Nigerian Government? Still surprised why the Fulanis head every security agencies in Nigeria (both military, paramilitary and spy agencies)?
If you are still wondering why they are placed in almost every strategic position in Nigeria, stop wondering, because the plan is almost complete.
They have already started migrating into Nigeria in droves to come possess their promised land. They are coming through the borders, and the people manning the borders are their brothers. They don’t need Visas and nobody will dare stop them.
Grazing routes and the federal government insistence on RUGA were all plans to settle them in.
The Fulani do not see Muhammad Buhari as just a President, they see him as the third Mahdi, and the one who will establish the Fulani nation. This was one of the reasons why Buhari as a military head of state opted to vote for a Fulani man from Niger Republic, instead of the preferred Peter Onu an Igbo man from Nigeria as the Secretary-General of the OAU. Have you ever seen where a president voted against his country?
The truth is that the Jihad is still on, and that they are not going to rest until they conquer the South and dip the Koran into the Atlantic Ocean.
They have continued to use the Northern minorities as willing tool, ( the killings of minority Northerners has continued unabated) and still take the South as a conquered territory which will never be allowed to rule over them, or even have control over their own future.
Do you now see the reason why they call Southerners their slaves? Haven’t they ruthlessly prevented the change of power?
A cursory look at Nigeria polity today lends credence to all that have been said here.
The only problem we have is that the greater majority of Nigerians are very gullible, and can never think or research on their own to know the truth.
– Odumodu Gbulagu
AFRICA TODAY NEWS, NEW YORK