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Nigerians React to Pictures of Miyetti Allah’s President Utilizing Convoy, Police Escorts, Flashy SUV with Seal ▷ Nigeria information

– Alleged photos of the President of Miyetti Allah using SUVs with custom license plates have surfaced online

– The development has generated mixed reactions from Nigerians on social media

– While many condemned the use of police and seals by the President of Miyetti Allah, some others believe that there is nothing wrong with it and note that other personalities also use them

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Nigeria’s Twitter section was full of heated reactions when the alleged photos of the national president of Miyetti Allah Kautal Hore surfaced showing that he was using police escorts and Toyota sport utility vehicles.

The photos show that he was moving within a city when his convoy of about three SUVs appeared to be moving next to some yellow tricycles and was guarded by a police escort.

While Nigerians cannot independently verify the authenticity of the photos at the time of this review. It has been shared with mixed reactions by many Nigerians on social media.

Alleged photos of the President of Miyetti Allah using SUVs with custom license plates have surfaced online and have generated mixed reactions from Nigerians. Photo credit: @ayemojubar
Source: Twitter

Miyetti Allah Kautal Hore, a sociocultural Fulani / Shepherd group, has recently been heavily criticized as clashes between shepherds and farmers in the country increase.

In this piece collects some reactions to the photos on social media:

Newton, @NewtonIkire, said:

“The national president of Miyetti Allah has a seal and an entourage of the police.” And you think #FulaniHerdsmen won’t continue their impunity? “We have a long way to go … and a long, long way to go” – Jimmy Cliff “

Pastor (modern pastor), @YemieFASH, said:

“See the life that Miyetti Allah people are hacking. Well, it can be presidency.”

Ifemosu Michael Adewale, @ifemosumichael, said:

“Miyetti Allah under Buhari has a seal and a custom mark that are guarded by heavy securities. Nigeria has never been a country.”

Chairman Ilorin, @iamdchairman said:

“See how the President of Miyetti Allah likes it in leadership style … This country is done.”

Samad Mohammad, @ samadmohammad18, said:

“So Miyetti Allah’s national president has a convoy of police officers following him. From what exactly? This government is indeed a wrong turn for all Nigerians, honestly.”

Mukhtar Yusuf Usman⭕, @ Doxxxx12, said:

“So you are angry because the President of Miyetti Allah uses SUVs and police escorts, but you are not angry with your pastors who use private jets and police escorts? What about Sunday Igboho who has various luxury cars and weapons?”

Ojuade Bola, @Bolajuade, said:

“Customized Plate. That’s what Chiefs in Ile-Ife use.” But you are surprised that someone else (who is way richer than Ife Chiefs) can use it because Agenda? “

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In other news, the Ondo State Chapter of the Miyetti Allah Breeders Association of Nigeria has stated that its members are tired of openly grazing.

Ondo State Shepherd Association Chairman Alhaji Bello Garba urged the state government to make arrangements for ranches, noting that such a move will end the frequent shepherd / farmer crises. Garba said so on Wednesday March 10th in Akure during a public hearing on a bill to regulate the rearing and grazing of cattle and the establishment of ranches.


Nurudeen Lawal is a journalist who is passionate about fact-checking and verifying journalism. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife, Osun State. As a policy editor, Nurudeen mainly writes about political and socio-economic developments in Nigeria. He has participated in various workshops, conferences and training courses on the subject of fact checking and digital reporting, among other things. Learn more about him on Twitter, @Nurudeen Lawal_

Source: Legit