“Fulani Terrorists Used Chemical Weapons To Kill Benue Farmers” – NAFDAC Boss Raises Alarm

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April 2nd, 2014 – “Fulani Terrorists Used Chemical Weapons To Kill Benue Farmers” – NAFDAC Boss Raises Alarm

Dr Paul Orhji, the DG of NAFDAC has called on the Nigerian FG and the int’l communities to probe alleged use of chemical weapons by suspected Fulani herdsmen on Benue farmers.

While donating relief materials worth over N20 million to internally displaced persons in Makurdi, Orhji said that from what he saw, the chemical weapons were concealed inside expended shells of canisters.

“Chemical weapons have been used on our people and for the first time, I saw it yesterday. It was concealed in canister shells,” he said.

While expressing worry at the dimension the attacks on Benue farmers by suspected Fulani herders had assumed, the NAFDAC boss warned that the invasion, if not checked could be detrimental to the country as a whole.

The NAFDAC boss, who noted that the Fulani and the Tiv people had lived together for a very long time without problem, maintained that, “these are not the Fulani that we used to know, these ones are terrorists.”

4 thoughts on ““Fulani Terrorists Used Chemical Weapons To Kill Benue Farmers” – NAFDAC Boss Raises Alarm

  1. They cannot try dat foolish things in lagos or ogun state,1997 they will neva forget war between yoruba n hausa,fulani they are cow not humanbeing God will punish them.

  2. must we wait for somthing drastic and horror that has never happen befor to happen in this country before we hit the nail on the head to split this failed one nigeria??. me i will not forgive this country if i loos any of my familly member or relation to this political crises goin on in this county. now they have graguated to chemical wepon. i think the time has come to put an end to this blood sucking demons. pls lets let them be since they claim they are fighting for Allah so that they can creat their sharia country.

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