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Chief Ayo Adebanjo, a leader of Yoruba socio-political group, Afenifere has accused National leader of the All Progressives Congress,
Bola Tinubu of ignoring the herdsmen conflict happening in the south-west region because of his presidency ambition.
Speaking with a Punch Online programme, The Roundtable on Wednesday, the Chieftain said Tinubu does not want to offend President Muhammadu Buhari who is a Fulani man.
Adebanjo said Tinubu believe Buhari will help him achieve his ambition.
There have been increasing allegations of destruction of farmlands and insurgency levelled against Fulani herdsmen in the south-west.
The Chieftain accused Buhari of defending the Fulani herdsmen amid credble evidence instead of proving he is for all Nigerians.
“I don’t buy the propaganda of the Buhari government that how do you know they are Fulani? And when they are caught, they will say, they are foreign Fulani. If you are a competent defender of the Nigerian people, the Fulani herdsmen won’t be committing all forms of atrocities unabated,” he said.
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