The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu, has disclosed that he foresaw the activities of Fulani herdsmen which has been accused of crimes in the country.
The IPOB leader noted that he spoke with a session of Nigerians in the United States in 2015 that President Muhammadu Buhari-led government would usher herdsmen and farmers’ crisis.
Kanu made this claim while reacting to a report that some schools in the Federal Capital Territory, FCT Abuja were shutting down following the alleged influx of Fulani militias into some parts of Niger State, near the nation’s capital.
Kanu who took to his Twitter account lamented how his warning was ignored.
“In 2015 I warned the leadership of World Igbo Congress (WIC) in USA & #Nigerians at large during a town hall meeting in LA that @MBuhari’s reign will usher in a deadly and devastating armed Fulani invasion of the country.
“But they ignored my prophecy. Today they have come”, he tweeted.
Lawan made the submission on Thursday while receiving the security chiefs into the Senate Chamber for a discussion with the lawmakers on the security situation in the country.