As a result of the frequent attacks by killer Fulani herdsmen, many great warriors have developed to protect the region’ s safety and security, as well as to prevent the invasion of killer Fulani herdsmen. Baba Saka Adedeji, the chief of all hunters in Oyajimi, is one of Yorubaland’ s most famous warriors.
An old man and head hunter known as Baba Saka Adedeji, the Oluode Oyajimi, said in a 3- minute- 39- second video on GIST MEDIA TV that he has 150 warriors under his supervision who are combat ready to help in the struggle to get rid of killer Fulani from Yorubaland.
Baba Saka Adedeji described the Fulani herdsmen who clutch to their rifles and cutlasses, slaying people in their houses and attacking them on their crops, as humans born of wickedness.
He said that if he learns that the dangerous Fulani herdsmen group has arrived in town, he will summon his boys to his residence and have them arrive in a hurry.
He went on to say that he has 150 warriors under his command without blinking an eye (150). Baba stated that what they needed as warriors to improve their effectiveness and succeed in their service to Yorubaland was for the people to provide them with more advanced arms and ammunition, such as AK- 47 and barrels, rather than the dane guns they were currently using, as well as motorcycles to help them carry out their jobs of securing the land more easily.
Without a doubt, one of the country’ s main problems now is insecurity, and with this unprecedented level of insecurity, many farm companies have been affected, people are now hesitant to move freely, and this is having a horrible influence on our country’ s existence. It would be difficult to go a week without hearing devastating news from one of Nigeria’ s three regions. Kidnappings by bandits in the north, attacks by unidentified shooters in the east, or lethal Fulani herdsmen in the west are all possibilities.
Meanwhile, the most recent attack in the South West occurred on Sunday, June 6, 2021, when suspected assailants broke into Igangan, a town in Ibarapaland, Oyo State, in the middle of the night while the inhabitants were asleep, murdering and injuring undefined numbers of people, and setting fire to the king’ s castle, a filling station, and people’ s homes.
It’ s worth noting that the Yoruba village where the accused terrorists struck earlier this month was also where the movement for the eviction of Fulani herders from Yorubaland originated. The emergence of Igboho Oosa and other great warriors asking for Fulani herders to leave Yorubaland as a result of their claimed continual crimes in the land triggered the appearance of Igboho Oosa and other great warriors calling for Fulani herdsmen to leave Yorubaland.