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Permanent Trouble” in the eyes of the Presidency, and how, despite having been praised to high heavens by APC, both in Benue and Abuja



“Permanent Trouble” in the eyes of the Presidency, and how, despite having been praised to high heavens by APC, both in Benue and Abuja, as a jewel of the party and endorsed for its automatic ticket for his re-election bid, he became overnight the worst thing to have happened to the party.




“All of these couldn’t have been just that the Benue State Governor lacked the capacity to understand the difference between Nigerian Fulani and their neighbouring West-African kith and kin, or that he didn’t appreciate the age of the conflict between Fulani and farmers in his state.





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“Rather the parting of ways between the Buhari Presidency and Gov. Ortom was and still is to be located in the fundamental divergence in the view of the president and his advisers, who are mainly of his Fulani ethnic stock background, on one hand, and on the other hand the governor and his Benue people who are the victims bearing the brunt of the brutal bloodletting and pillaging in their 




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