When Aare Onakankafo visited Pa Fasoranti, this is what he said:


When Aare Onakankafo visited Pa Fasoranti, this is what he said:

“We have to be careful not to go into their trap. We have to be careful. It is good you see me in circulation to walk with you. We don’t want a situation we walk into their trap because we realize that this ugly incident is being coordinated beyond our own scene.”

“There are some forces behind them. How can ordinary Fulani herdsmen be holding AK 47. In our findinds AK 47 rifle goes for about N1 million and with many bullets. So, we are looking beyond ordinary Fulani herdsmen.”

“We realized that there are some forces behind them in three phases. Those who strike in the bush, those who issued statement to back them up and those who are strategists who give instructions to those who strike and to those who issue statements.”

“Our problem in Yoruba land is that we don’t prepare, we always react. When we tell our people to prepare, they employ non-chalant attitude to it.”

Adams said, “I have seen this signal, I have the information. Last year I wrote our governors and a summit on security was held three weeks ago, just within three hours we couldn’t conclude that summit they left that venue.”

“It’s very important that we have to react to this issue but we will not over react. We are being cautious so that we won’t be setup. And the law is there that we have to operate within the ambit of the law. That is one of the reasons we are being careful.”

“Now we don’t have option, we have to work with them. They are the chief security officers of their states and anything that happens within their state is an embarrassment to them. Don’t forget that they are the ones collecting all the security votes.

“As the Aare Ona Kankafo I use my personal fund. We are talking about someone that is ready to sacrifice anything for his own race and not reading political meaning to all that is happening.”


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