The Nigerian Army's Plan To Set Up Grazing Lands Is Another Attempt By The Fulani Islamic Caliphate To Take Over Our Homelands
By Chima Chibueze
For Family Writers
21st December 2016
The Fulani caliphate has never given up on the mission of overrunning and occupying Biafra. They had failed to use Fulani-herdsmen attacks and demand for grazing lands, by the MACBAN and their associates at the national assembly, to take over strategic locations in our homelands. This time, they are going through the Nigerian military. They want the “army” to set up grazing lands all over Nigeria and the territories of Biafra. What does a cattle grazing got to do with the military? Has cattle breeding suddenly become “protecting the territorial integrity of the country”?
It's only a person who is not informed on the Fulani empire's desperate desire to dominate us that will not see that the Nigerian Army's plan to create cattle grazing lands on our lands is another attempt by the Fula empire to overrun us.
With Lieutenant-General Tukur Buratai: a corrupt and murderous Fulani supremacist, as the Chief-Of-Army-Staff, even as we did not give in to Fulani-herdsmen attacks and hand them over our lands, and the national assembly failed to do that for them, the Fulani caliphate may still grab our lands using the army. There's already a special military unit dedicated to Fulani herdsmen called “anti-cattle-rustling taskforce” on standby.
What the Fulani caliphate will now do, using military intimidation, is go into our farmlands; stake out and appropriate the portions of land of their choice “no questions asked”; and deploy the Fulani herdsmen/militants therein. Mission accomplished! The next step: the Fulani militants, along with the “military taskforce”, will then launch coordinated terror attacks on us with much ease and at will.
Recall, the Nigerian army is a member of Saudi Arabia's Islamic Military Coalition, therefore, it's very apt for the Fulani caliphate to use the army to expand its territory, subdue the already “conquered south” and spread Saudi Arabia's Wahhabi Islam.
- The Biafra Herald
Nigerian Army set to force grazing bill on Nigerians, declares to set up cattle ranches nationwide
Published by Family Writers
The Biafra Herald
21st December 2016
The Chief of Army Staff, Tukur Buratai, has said that the Nigerian Army would be raising up cattle ranches in almost all the divisions and brigades. Mr. Buratai, who was represented by the Chief of Army Logistics, Patrick Akem, said this on Tuesday at the Commissioning of Mogadishu Cantonment New Mammy Market (former Abacha Barracks), Abuja.
The Army Chief said in keeping up with modern cattle rearing tradition, he sent officers to Argentina to look at how cattle were reared.
“Argentina has a population of 41 million people, but it feeds about 400 million people around the world with its beef.
“To take it to the next level, we want to adopt a system where the cattle are not just free ranging coming from Sokoto to Port Harcourt, thereby making their meat tough to eat, the products will soon be coming from our own farms and ranches,” he said.
He said he created the Barrack Investment Initiative as a platform that affords Army family members the opportunity of raising up fishing ponds, vegetable gardens, fruits, livestock, chicken and their eggs.
According to him, the intention of the Nigerian Army was not just to secure the country, but to contribute in growing the economy of the nation.
He added: “We want to tell our wives that they can live beyond the salaries of their husbands, so we are trying to empower the women in the barracks to be able to form co-operatives, so as to access loans and to a large extent be able to fend for themselves and their families, even without the salaries of their husbands.
Meanwhile, the Commander Army Headquarters Garrison, John Malu, said the shopping edifice had over 2000 shops, 27 warehouses and a printing press owned by the Nigerian Navy.
He added that the services of a reputable private security firm was contracted to handle the security of the market.