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Fulani chiefs dissociate selves from Jonathan’s endorsement

The association, in a statement by its secretary, Hussaini Salisu Kachia, said the purported endorsement of Jonathan is not the position of Fulani nomads in…

The association, in a statement by its secretary, Hussaini Salisu Kachia, said the purported endorsement of Jonathan is not the position of Fulani nomads in Nigeria.
“We, the Fulani Council of Chiefs, totally and completely dissociate ourselves and the entire Fulani people from the statement made by some self-appointed Fulani leaders to the effect that Nigerian Fulanis have endorsed President Goodluck Jonathan for the 2015 presidential election. This purported endorsement is not the position of Fulani nomads in Nigeria. The impression created or given is erroneous, and at best misleading,” the statement read.
The association added:  “We have total confidence in former vice president Atiku Abubakar, not President Goodluck Jonathan, who they said is not constitutionally qualified to even contest.”

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