A Fulani leader has accused Bola Tinubu, the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), of being behind the recent agitation against herdsmen in the South-West geopolitical region and called on Mohammed Adamu, the Inspector-General, to arrest him.
In an undated video which has gone viral, the Fulani male leader, whose identity could not be ascertained, while speaking to journalists in Abuja claimed that he has reason to believe that Tinubu was behind the agitations against herders based on “antecedents”.
According to the man, Tinubu sponsored the #EndSARS protests of October 2020 in the South-West region because he wanted “to create his own country and bring the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari into disrepute”.
The complainant also claimed that Rotimi Akeredolu, Governor of Ondo State; and Sunday Adeyemo, a Yoruba nationalist popularly known as Sunday Igboho, recently issued their eviction notices to herdsmen in Ondo and Oyo states respectively because they were empowered by previous statements and actions of the former Lagos governor.
“Last year, a former Lagos governor was also fingerprint (sic) as one of the sponsors of the #EndSARS protest, which almost destroyed Nigeria. Many online media reported at the heart of the protest that Bola Tinubu was sponsoring the #EndSARS protest in the South-West part of the country in order to create their (sic) own country and bring the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari into disrepute on the global front.
“Based on those attendants (sic), we have every reason to believe that Tinubu is behind the current turmoil in the South-West,” the man said.
The Fulani leader, therefore, asked IGP Adamu to arrest and question Tinubu in order for him to explain his alleged role in the crisis.
Kindly click on the link below to watch the video of the Fulani leader accusing Tinubu of sponsoring the herdsmen crisis: