There are panic and confusion in Numan, Adama State as Fulani youth under the auspices of Jonde Jam Fulani Youth Association of Nigeria (JAFUYAN) has vowed to unleash further fire and fury over the killing of their kinsmen if the Federal Government fail to act fast. 
Be that as it may, the National President of Jonde Jam, Alhaji Saidu Maikano, in a statement released to newsmen expressed deep worry over the killings. He said, “Jonde Jam is convening a national stakeholders meeting to take a definite stand on this act of wickedness against its members”.

It would be recalled no fewer than 60 persons were slaughtered by Fulani herdsmen in Numan Local Government area of Adamawa State were massacred barely a week ago, after a bloody clash with farmers.​ 

He said: “It is with heavy heart that we totally condemn the massacre of over 60 women and children in Shaforon, Kikem and Kodemti villages in Numan local government of Adamawa State on November 19, 2017.
“This is the latest in a coordinated agenda to wipe out our people systematically through ethnic cleansing. This particular dastardly act is perpetrated by the Bachama ethnic militia in Numan Local Government against the defenceless and unarmed women and children.
This came few months after another ethnic militia attack on Fulani communities on the Mambila Plateau in Taraba State, and another in Kajuru Local Government of Kaduna State. This is apart from other isolated cases of killing of our members across the country.
“We therefore condemn in totality this barbaric act of cruelty against humanity and demand a clear action by the Federal Government under the leadership of President Muhammad Buhari to protect all our members and their resources as bona fide citizens of the country.  We also unequivocally demand justice for our killed members, as justice remains the only way to peace.

''The entire Fulani herdsmen of this country are today paying the prize of coordinated campaign that had deliberately profiled them as perpetrators while they are the major victims.


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