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During the quarterly Fulbe United for Peace and Development National and Zonal Leadership Consultative Meeting held in Abuja on Monday, Fulani leaders (Ardos) reiterated their unwavering endorsement of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu’s presidential candidacy.

They emphasized that their support for Tinubu stemmed from the expectation that he would address the challenges confronting the Fulani community.


President of the association, Ardo Aliyu Liman Bobboyi, highlighted the significance of Tinubu’s endorsement, noting that he was honored with the title of Barkindo of Nigerian Ardo as a symbolic gesture sealing the “Fulaaku covenant” with him.

Muhammad Kabir Labar, the South West coordinator of the association, also known as Ardo Abeokuta, voiced concerns over the ban on grazing around the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), Abuja, without adequate provision for alternative grazing areas.

Labar emphasized the importance of engaging stakeholders in discussions to find mutually beneficial solutions, stating, “Our business has to be somewhere, and other businesses need to be somewhere. Let’s be considerate with ourselves and discuss the way forward.”

He reiterated the Fulani community’s commitment to peace and constructive dialogue, underscoring their contributions to Nigeria’s development over the years.

Responding to inquiries about the Northern Elders Forum (NEF) expressing regret over supporting President Tinubu, Labar clarified that their group was not affiliated with any organization expressing such sentiments.

He reaffirmed their steadfast support for Tinubu’s presidency and their optimism for the fulfillment of the promises made to the Fulani community during Tinubu’s electioneering campaign.

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