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Hausa-Fulani Dichotomy: How farmers-herders conflict snowballed into bloody banditry in northwest Nigeria–Research

Govt ignored warning banditry, kidnapping, killings would escalate, spread to Katsina, Kaduna, Sokoto Third force’ brutal intervention How Sani Yerima’s seizure of the Fulani land fuelled crisis Gov Yari blamed for abandoning state to cruel fate   Editor's note: For years the deadly crisis in Nigeria's North West simply tagged as

How English is threatening Nigeria’s native languages

Katrin Gänsler Nigerian middle and upper classes increasingly speak English with their children. Linguists and writers worry about the survival of native languages, especially in the south. Titilope Keshinro, a pupil at the University of Ibadan in southwestern Nigeria, naturally speaks Yoruba with her fellow students. The language spoken by 40 million

Resolution: Just before the Fulanis finish us- Yoruba Farmers

Editor's note: This is the resolution arrived at from the emergency Yoruba farmers' summit on Thursday, February 15, 2018 at the House of Chiefs, Parliament Building, Secretariat, Ibadan under the auspices of Oodua Redemption Alliance. 1. That we are conscious of the character trait of the Fulanis that they conquer people,