Emir of Ilorin told about Fulani tribe. What will be the consequences of their behavior? Brief summary of Alhaji Ibrahim Sulu-Gambari’s claim. Check it out in this article right now!
Alhaji Ibrahim Sulu-Gambari, the Emir of Ilorin, is exempt from all responsibility for the atrocities committed throughout Nigeria, describing them as an attractive, honest and peaceful in its relations with other tribes.
He is also the Chairman of KSTCC, Kwara State Traditional Council of Chiefs, claimed this yesterday, receiving members of popular Balogun Gambari community, who decided to pay him a thankful visit over the raising of the Balogun Gambari of Ilorin and also Alhaji Adedayo Balogun, as the major senior chancellor working in the Ilorin Emirate Council.
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The monarch told that it was necessary to point this case out because of the penetration of foreign relations to the lifestyle and tradition of the citizens of Kwara State Ilorin, especially natives in relation to the shepherds. Then he said that it was not so, that the Fulani herdsmen were guilty for the destruction of lives of people and property in some regions of Nigeria, mentioning that Fulanis are peaceful, nice and honest in its relations with any other Nigerian tribe.
He nonetheless, called on the people to always evaluate the issues and refrain from going on the contentious issues that can cause any disharmony in the country. He also called on Nigerians to ensure that their desired peace and also tranquility continues to live in the country through the harmonious constant co-working relationships and also honesty.
Meanwhile, on Monday the Governor Ayodele from Ekiti state has signed a certain bill entitled ‘Prohibition of Cattle and other Ruminants Grazing in Ekiti, 2016’ into a real law. The bill has already been read by the Speaker of the House of Assembly staff, Kolawole Oluwawole, during a meeting with the traditional heads and superiors in the authorities House in Ado Ekiti. Nonetheless, Governor Fayose warned that any shepherd caught grazing in the region with any weapon or in possession of weapon will be immediately charged with criminal, terrorism and also prosecuted accordingly. Fulani tribe will not have any exceptions if it’s criminal.
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