By Charles Nwoke, Onitsha, Nigeria
October 8, 2020
Update created on 07/10/2020
It has been revealed that the frequent killing of Nigerians, especially Christians, by suspected Fulani herdsmen and Boko Haram terrorists, was a ploy by the Federal Government of Nigeria to promote Islamification in the country.
The Chairman of a human rights organisation, International Society for Civil Liberties and the Rule of Law (Intersociety), Nze Emeka Umeagbalasi, a Kano-based political party chieftain, Samuel Gbuzue and the leader of the Movement for the Actualisation of Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB), Ralph Uwazuruike, divulged this to newsmen in Onitsha while reacting to the rate of killings going on in the country unabated.
“Three hundred Christians were massacred in Southern Kaduna from January 1 to July 20, 2020, by the suspected Jihadist Fulani herdsmen. The Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu, should protect the Nigerians secular state without bias to any religious group,” said Umeagbalasi.
13 Benue State Christians were killed by suspected armed Fulani herdsmen at Ediukwu District, Ukpogbo, Aba Local Government Area, Abia State, about 4 am on August 10, 2020. In that attack, scores were declared missing and houses were set ablaze. To date, no effort has been made by the Federal Government to arrest the perpetrators or force them to face the wrath of the law because it is a sponsored bid to islamify the country.
“These killings and destruction of hard earned property have led to scores of youths escaping from the country for their dear lives.”
Speaking on the same issue, Gbuzue, whose son, Henry Ejikeme Gbuzue and wife, Onyinyechi Confidence Gbuzue, eloped to avoid being murdered in cold blood for their refusal to be converted from Christianity to Islam.
“My son, Henry Ejikeme Gbuzue and his wife, Onyinyechi Confidence Gbuzue, left this country when they were declared among others as wanted to be killed by Federal Government security operators in Fulani herdsmen attire, for refusing to be converted from Christianity to Islam,” said Gbuzue.