Twitter is flooded currently with some really sensitive content regarding the Fulani tribe, as many users of the micro-blogging platform rushed to their handles to blame the group for almost all the negative things happening in Nigeria today.
Most degrading comments made against the tribe centred on insecurity challenges ravaging the social-economic relations in the country, among other setbacks.
The tribe, according to some of the posts trending on Twitter, were blamed for the reduced foreign investments that no longer make the country an international investment destination to prospective investors.
Is Atiku Fulani?
Part of the whole conversation may have been activated by the thought that Former Vice President Atiku Abubakar could be one of them originally.
However, to some camps, the air was cleared when they argued that the presidential hopeful speaks ‘fulfulde’ but might not be from their place.
Tweets on the platform, like the one from @Xpsilver1, says, The Herdsmen, Bandits that attacked the Security Base in Niger State are roaming freely with no one coming after not them, not even a vigilante group, even when they killed 11 Task Force Commanders. However, in Alaigbo.’