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Fulani

4 Mar
Fulani Jukun Kona crises: Monarch appoints 30 village heads to foster peace
16 Feb
Oluwo meets Fulani residents in Iwo
29 Jan
Fulani herdsmen adopts FG's national livestock transformation plan
24 Aug 2020
TVC News Correspondent, Tesem Akande gives an insight int the peace treaty signed by the ATYAP, Hausa, and Fulani in Zangon Kataf.
6 Jul 2019
Mohammed Abubakar Bambado is an entrepreneur, employing 1,500 dockworkers in various ports across Nigeria. But he is also the King of the Fulani people in Lagos, and often spends his weekends settling conflicts between his Fula-Hausa people in northern Nigeria.
6 Jul 2019
In the Kachia reserve in central Nigeria, a school for Fulani nomads welcomes more than 800 students. Designed by the Nigerian government in the 1980s, these schools offer access to education for the children of herders.
2 Jul 2019
Armed attacks on Fulani communities in central Mali have left 23 dead. The rivalry between Fulani herders and Dogon farmers has escalated in recent years with the rising presence of armed Islamist groups.
29 Jun 2019
Clashes between the Fulani tribe and farmers are driven by scarce resources and Nigeria's growing middle-class tastes.
28 Jun 2019
With 200 million inhabitants, Nigeria is the largest meat consumer in West Africa. Every day, 50 trucks unload cows, goats and sheep at the main livestock market in Lagos, the country's economic capital. This is an essential supply chain for food in Nigeria, whose livestock is mainly raised by the Fulani spread over about ten West African countries.
27 Mar 2019
The latest massacre of Fulani villagers in central Mali has highlighted the dramatic collapse of a once peaceful state. Despite a strong international presence, violence between ethnic communities continues to escalate.
22 Jan 2018
Benue killings - JNI cautions against accusing Fulani herdsmen.
17 May 2017
Seven people killed by suspected Fulani herders in Ossissa community.

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