Buhari Created Terrorists in Nigeria – “Bandits” Were Created by Gen Muhammadu Buhari (Rtd) to Oust Jonathan
Bandits Are Not Boko Haram Nor Herdsmen
It all started in April 2014 when Muhammadu Buhari assembled his ardent supporters, promoters, and strategists to determine how to remove President Jonathan Goodluck. Prominent amongst them were El-Rufai, Gen Dambazzau (Rtd).
A decision was reached to consult Miyetti Allah cattle breeders’ association for assistance to boot Jonathan Goodluck out of office. Consequently, the National Chairman of Miyetti Allah was engaged to bring in foreign mercenaries. Within a month, 2,000 Fulani fighters were brought in from Mali, Senegal, Niger Republic, Chad, Libya to name but a few. Further 4,000 fighters were stationed in Niger and Chad on standby.
On arrival, they were assembled in Kaduna under the sponsorship of El Rufai and were addressed by various Northern Leaders including the Sultan of Sokoto, Gen Buhari (Rtd) etc.
Specifically, General Buhari, in his address, told the fighters that “the British handed Nigeria over to us the Fulani at independence. The land (Nigeria) belongs to us. We must reclaim what belongs to us. He added that at the event that Jonathan Goodluck won the election, the Fulani machinery must fight until they regain control of the country. He assured them that the Nigerian Army was behind them.
The mercenaries received initial training from the Commandant of the Nigerian Defense Academy and were sent to 6 camps in Ekiti State, Benue State, Katsina State, Kaduna State, Zamfara State and Borno State.
In the camps, brand new pickup trucks, generators etc. were provided to them. Nigerian Airforce helicopters were used to provide them essential supplies like food, water, drinks and even arms and ammunition.
Evidently, Jonathan Goodluck lost the election in 2015 through a well-orchestrated election organized by INEC under a Fulani Chairman, Professor Jega. Gen Buhari (Rtd) was sworn in as the president. This saw the emergence of a Fulani president through a dodgy election; hence, the planned violent war was averted.
Contrary to expectation, the mercenaries in the various camps were abandoned, no more food and essential supplies. The relationship between Miyetti Allah, El Rufai (now a State Governor) and Dambazzau broke down. El Rufai arrogantly declared that they were not needed anymore, and they should go back. Consequently, the killings in Kaduna commenced as a warning to El Rufai, but it did not bother him. He declared that he had paid the people carrying out the killings and they did not want to stop. The Nigerian police did not bother to call Gov El Rufai to give further clarification on this.
The mercenaries at the various camps decided to go about to find food for themselves by robbing people, going into farmlands and kidnapping. Miyetti Allah made several efforts to contact El Rufai and Dambazzau to appeal to them to provide money to return these fighters to where they came from. All efforts proved abortive. The mercenaries, at this point, vacated their organized camps and took to crime.
The criminal gangs which emanated from these mercenaries were at this point described as “bandits” in order to differentiate them from other notorious terrorist groups like Fulani Herdsmen, Boko Haram etc.
Following the untold destruction and killings which the bandits carried out, especially in Katsina and Zamfara, the Northern leaders in conjunction with officials of Nigerian Government requested Miyetti Allah to intervene and remove the bandits from Nigeria. Miyetti Allah returned demanding 150 Billion Naira to settle the Bandits and evacuate them. The Government turned the offer down and restricted itself to the payment of 100 Billion Naira.
Shamefully Godwin Emefiele raised 100 Billion Naira for the settlement as a condition for his re-appointment as the Central Bank Governor.
Miyetti Allah collected the money and purportedly distributed it, but nothing changed.
In a bid to control the damage, President Buhari directed that RUGA settlement initiative be set up to create colonies for these fighters in every state in Nigeria.
My questions are:
Should Nigerian communities accommodate these criminal elements?
Why has El Rufai not been called to clean up the mess he created?
Does this explain President Buhari’s silence?
Is this conspiracy of the North gone wrong?
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