Nigerians have backed the uncommon move by the Ekiti state governor, Ayo Fayose to defend his people from Fulani herdsmen.
Fayose had yesterday, empowered Ekiti hunters to slaughter any killer Fulani herdsman that dared to invade the state following the death of two Ekiti people in the hands of the herdsmen last Friday.
Many compatriots are calling on other state governors in the South West and South East especially, to toe the same line and take the fight to the murderous herdsmen.
Read their comments below…
Proactive anti-grazing move, I support Government. Fayose!
— ‘Dapo Omojola (@dapoomojola) May 24, 2016
I love governor ayodele fayose — WHO’S YOUR DADDY? (@zolodee) May 24, 2016
Fayose is handling the situation superbly. Fire fights fire sometimes when water can’t quench it.
— Tea Kae (@El_swaGz) May 24, 2016
A part of me likes what Fayose did. Another part is scared. Lol But tbh, these herdsmen really want to be Flexing upandan like gods. — Sholly Maine (@_Brayz) May 24, 2016
If its about banning boundless cattle rearing in modern Nigeria, am with Fayose. On his other political gimmicks, he has to stand alone!
— Olisa Nwosu (@OlisaNwosu) May 24, 2016
Alcohol was ban in Kano, y’all were unlooking, Fayose bans cattle grazing, Una preeq don’ stand — SC: treymofo (@treymofo) May 24, 2016
I don’t support what Fayose has said. But when the people at the top refuse to speak on this matter, why won’t he take liberty for license.
— Oyins (@Honey_74) May 24, 2016
What Fayose has done is to send a strong message to Buhari…… Since he has refuse to do the right thing — Àjàntálá…. (@Mr_Seb1) May 24, 2016
You can’t fault fayose on this one 👊
— KOKOette (@Mr_Fyung) May 24, 2016
My CEO, what Gov Fayose did is simply what we call Executive Decision (ED). As the Gov of Ekiti State just like PMB did on the fuel issue. — Johnrich CEO.nwokoma (@jnwokoma) May 24, 2016
This is simple reaction to the unabated senseless killing of innocent people. Fayose God bless you for this one.
— Seun (@phillipsseunz) May 24, 2016
I am 100% with Fayose on this herdsmen saga. Enough is enough abeg. — ELIJAH balogun (@ELIJAHbalogun12) May 24, 2016
Police can’t secure d pple against marauding herdsmen. Fayose tells d pple 2 defend themselves. Blame Fayose. Exonerate Buhari. #StupidLogic
— Carlito Brigante (@dDonCarlito) May 24, 2016
Since buhari has not problem with Fulani killing innocent people. Then the people shouldn’t have a problem killing fulanis. Fayose — Seun (@phillipsseunz) May 24, 2016
One thing is sure: if I sight a Fulani herdsman on my farm, and I’m armed, I’ll shoot him first.
— Senator JFK® (@VillageParrot) May 24, 2016
Ekiti people killed by Fulani herdsmen = Silence Fayose commissions hunters to curb the activities of herdsmen = HOW DARE FAYOSE 😐😐😐 — Brave (@LadyMacbethh89) May 24, 2016
Only in a morally Bankrupt society that we wud blame Fayose 4 acting up & stay mute at d man who ought to call d Fulani herdsmen to order.
— A Child Of Curiosity (@yekeme) May 24, 2016
Where was the police/army wen Fulani herdsmen were killing n raping… Let fayose’s vigilante group handle it like that — SC: treymofo (@treymofo) May 24, 2016
Cause and effect, don’t blame fayose. Go talk to the Fulani people to call their brothers to order.
— Seun (@phillipsseunz) May 24, 2016
In supporting Buhari and Fulani herdsmen blindly some of you now reason like cows. — Akinsola (@SRdollar) May 24, 2016
I pray and hope these Fulani Herdsmen pay a visit to those condemning Fayose and we’ll see if they’ll want their Governor to go cry on TV
— My random thoughts (@pawn_anthony) May 24, 2016
Fayose has the short answer and long answer to Fulani Herdsmen attacks. Whatever decision, one thing is sure, sitting back is not an option. — Nwa Idumuje Unor (@Maxwelikechukwu) May 24, 2016
Fayose stand boldly without fear of the man in Power to defend and Support his People from Blood sucking Vampires called Fulani Herds men
— Award Winning Wife (@bimbo_cash) May 24, 2016
What @GovAyoFayose did against the Fulani herdsmen is what is being expected from a Governor who is the chief security officer of his state
— Olayiwola Kazeem (@kezinshen) May 24, 2016