There have been various debate concerning where Fulani Herdsmen should permanently stay.
Some Fulani Herdsmen have been accused of rape and murder. Many Nigerians in the south have complained bitterly on how the Fulani Herdsmen destroy their farmlands with the grazing of their cows.
The Fulani Herdsmen crises has led to various reactions from prominent Nigerians and the federal government is trying to resolve the issue.
The leader of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, has revealed why Fulani herdsmen have refused to graze their cattle in the north.
In a post on his Twitter handle, Nnamdi Kanu claimed that herdsmen are refusing to graze in the north and relocating to the south because they are terrorists.
According to the pro-Biafra activist, the terrorists are only disguising as Fulani herdsmen.
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