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Fulani Militia Celebrate after killing Christians in Nigeria (Video)

After massacring Christian Worshipers and priests, here are Fulani Herdsmen with Ak47 automatic weapons making mockery of those they killed, wearing choir robes and playing music instruments they stole from the Church they invaded in Benue State, Nigeria.
This is nothing but a clear case of Islamic Jihad against the Nigerian Church and Christian Communities.
There has been several calls from well-meaning Nigerians including Nobel Laureate Soyinka, former President Obasanjo to proscribe the Fulani Herdsmen or Fulani Militia as a Terrorist Group just as was done by the United States of America but President Buhari has refused to do.
Fulani Herdsmen have killed more than 5,000 ( Five Thousand) Christians within the Benue, Southern and Middle Belt axis of Nigeria.
The Christian Worshipers were Killed in April, 2018 during an early morning church service which the Armed Fulani Herdsmen invaded killing 2 Catholic Priests and murdering other 17 worshipers. The slain worshipers were buried last week and their burial sparked off Protest by Christians especially the Catholic Church in different parts of Nigeria.
The Agatu massacre of Benue State Nigeria where about 2000 Christian Farmers were Killed and their properties stolen, the Nimbo killing in Enugu State where about 100 Igbo Christians were Killed, the unending Killings in Southern Kaduna, the Numan massacre in Adamawa State Northeast Nigeria and many more are just a few of the genocide and jihad against Christians in Nigeria being perpetrated by the Fulani Herdsmen.
Fulani is an ethnic in Northern Nigeria and are being projected to be the 6th largest ethnic group after the Hausa, Yoruba, Igbo, Ijaw and Tiv ethnic groups.
President Mohammadu Buhari is a Fulani man and many have attributed the recent bolden atrocities being perpetrated by the Fulani Herdsmen as a product of the fact that Buhari who is a Fulani man is the president of Nigeria.
In the 1800 the same Fulani led a Jihad against the non Fulani populations of northern Nigeria in what was termed the Othman Dan Fodio Jihad of 1804.
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