Southern Kaduna killing is genocide not communal disaster – SOKAPU

Opposite to insinuation that the killings in Southern Kaduna are communal clashes between farmers and Fulani, the Southern Kaduna Peoples Union, SOKAPU, have refuted the declare, saying that it’s a pure act of genocide geared toward wiping out the indigenous folks of the realm with the intention of taking up their ancestral lands.

The discussion board referred to as on Nigerians and the worldwide neighborhood to come back not solely to the rescue of the folks of Southern Kaduna however humanity as a complete.

Its Nationwide President, Mr. Jonathan Asake, in his remarks on the 2nd Black Sunday organized by the Christian Affiliation of Nigeria, CAN, Kaduna State chapter, at ECWA GoodNews Church, Narayi Excessive Value, Kaduna refuted claims made by the Commander Operation Secure Haven, Main Common Chukwuemeka Okonkwo that the killings had been communal killings made between Atyap youths and Fulani.

He requested whether or not the assaults carried out in Kajuru, Chikun, Kauru, Kachia and Sanga native authorities areas, amongst others had been between Atyap and Fulani.

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In line with him, the reality should be instructed that there’s a grand ploy to bloodbath the folks of Southern Kaduna and dispossess them of their ancestral lands.

Expatiating on the allegation that the killings are premised on farmers/herders’ clashes, Mr Asake famous that there isn’t any better lie than the narrative that the killings in Southern Kaduna is hinged on clashes between farmers and herders.

He defined, “When you think about that over 75 per cent of the victims of the assaults are youngsters and girls, then you’ll perceive that since youngsters and girls will not be farmers, we can not settle for the narrative of a conflict between the 2 teams.”

The Nationwide President expressed dismay with the latest problem thrown to the Southern Kaduna monarchs by governor Nasir El-Rufai to level at villages and cities seized by invaders, referring the governor to a number of sacked cities and villages in Kajuru and Chikun Native Authorities Areas of the state.

He defined that on Saturday, August 8, 2020, representatives from the Southern and Center Belt Discussion board, SMBF, visited Kala IDP camp in Kajuru native authorities space the place over 3,000 individuals largely youngsters and girls are taking refuge after being sacked by suspected Fulani invaders from their cities and villages.

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The SOKAPU President puzzled whether or not it’s the murdered Agom Adara that ought to take up the problem and inform the governor of the cities and villages which have been occupied by the invaders.

He famous that SOKAPU has give you an inventory of villages and cities being occupied by the suspected Fulani invaders and the varied IDP camps the place members of the sacked communities are presently taking refuge.

Mr. Asake additional mentioned that whereas on a go to on the IDP camps by the representatives of SMBF, there have been pathetic tales from the IDPs of their experiences with the invaders, saying that their cultivated farmlands have been utterly destroyed by the invaders, leaving them with nothing.

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