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    Herdsmen quit notice: Don’t threaten Yoruba with civil war – Afenifere warns Arewa

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    January 24, 2021
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    Seun Opejobi

    The Yoruba socio-cultural group, Afenifere, has condemned the warning issued by the Arewa Consultative Forum, ACF, against Southwest governors over the quit notice to Fulani herdsmen in the region.

    ACF had warned the Southwest governors to stop the attacks on Fulani herdsmen, which it said could lead to another civil war.

    The threat followed a quit notice issued to Fulani herdsmen by Yoruba activist, Sunday Igboho.

    Igboho vowed not to allow Fulani herdsmen in the whole of Southwest.

    Against this backdrop, the Presidency had ordered the Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu to arrest Igboho.

    However, Afenifere spokesman, Yinka Odumakin warned that ACF should not threaten the Yoruba nation with war.

    According to Odumakin: “We must make it clear to them that they cannot threaten us with a war at this stage as we will not provoke war but never are we going to run for anybody on our land.

    “We are miffed that a body like ACF that has never shown any remorse over the killing of our people can open their mouths anyhow now because there are consequences for the irresponsible actions of their people.

    “We do not want a repeat of the 1966 event but if there are people plotting such event again, the rain will be over their heads.”

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    COVID-19: Sanwo-Olu speaks on vaccinating 20 to 22 million Lagos residents

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    January 24, 2021
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    Seun Opejobi

    Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu of Lagos State, has said there is no need to vaccinate 20 to 22 million residents of the state against COVID-19.

    Sanwo-Olu disclosed this while featuring on Channels Television programme, Sunday Politics.

    The governor also disclosed that his administration was engaging some companies in the production of COVID-19 vaccines for residents of the state.

    He said: “It is important for me to make this. We don’t have to vaccinate the 20 or 22 million population that we have. The plan is to ensure that there is a herd immunity and that typically speaks about 50 to 60 percent of your population, that is the kind of target that you really meet.

    “We have started a conversation with some of the vaccine manufacturers. Pfizer for example, I have made contact with them, Johnson and Johnson are not out yet, the Moderna have written to us and we have written back to them.”
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    Bola Tinubu returns to Nigeria [Photos]

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    January 24, 2021
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    Wale Odunsi

    Former Lagos State Governor, Bola Tinubu, is back to Nigeria.

    The Jagaban, as fondly called, returned to Lagos, the nation’s capital, on Sunday.

    Tinubu is the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC).

    He was away in London for some weeks “on vacation”, according to his camp.

    Tinubu has not made a comment on the tension in Ondo and Oyo.

    There is unease in the South-West states over vacation notices to Fulani herdsmen.

     

    Former Senate President Bukola Saraki, in a statement, urged President Muhammadu Buhari to take urgent steps to address the situation.

    The ex-Kwara State Governor condemned some leaders for keeping quiet despite recent happenings

    “The deafening silence by key stakeholders, leaders and others who we think should speak out is worrisome. This silence is a dangerous tell-tale sign that things are wrong.

    “This is not good for our country. We must all speak out and talk about the solution to this twin-problem of insecurity and threat to national unity”, Saraki wrote.
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    #1234
    Thank God Gudwin
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    Please let this fulany herdman should not bring problem to us ooo

    #1491
    Mercy Chinedu
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    Let our president do something about all this herdsmen before they kill us all g b n

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