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“There’s an attempt at ethnic cleansing…. Armed Forces collude with armed bandits” – Gen. T.Y Danjuma | WATCH



Gen. T.Y Danjuma

This video of former defence minister and Chief of Army Staff General T.Y Danjuma (rtd) is trending on social media.

Danjuma claims “there is an attempt at ethnic cleansing in the state (Taraba) and of course, some rural states in Nigeria.”

“We must resist it. We must stop it. Everyone of us must rise up,” he added.

He said that: “The Armed Forces are not neutral, they collude, they collude, they collude with armed bandits that kill people, kill Nigerians. They facilitate their movements. They cover them.

If you’re depending on the armed forces to stop the killings you will all die, one by one.”

Watch video below:


  1. nnenne

    March 25, 2018 at 12:59 am

    Mr. T.Y , the blood of innocent Igbo men, women and children killed in the pre Nigerian civil war, civil war and there after over the years, are still wailing for revenge!
    You thought, it was going to end with Igbos?

    Life is turn by turn!

    Thank God you are still alive to witness it. This is just the beginning!!!!

    • kemi

      March 25, 2018 at 1:15 am

      Can you igbo people just shut up already! I pray you people get your dead Biafra! and leave this country! ahn ahn KILODE! ABEG! you all sound like a broken record now! let it go! both igbo and Hausa died as well! not just igbo’s!

    • Lailatu

      March 25, 2018 at 8:06 am

      @ Nnenne, your logic is so backward and myopic.

    • Hmm!

      March 25, 2018 at 12:38 pm

      It’s funny when when the ibos say I told you so and people get uncomfortable and say we are the reason Nigeria is not united and we are the problem. While another group is going around killing people and taking over their land. We have not killed any body we just say because of the group who are always causing violence and want control power we want to restructure the country or we go our own way. The reaction of other groups cracks me up

    • Engoz

      March 25, 2018 at 1:19 pm

      No Igbo people will not keep quiet until justice is served. Nnenne submission is very relevant. Danjuma should be in maximum prison in a civilized country. You are comparing the shenanigans of the war on both sides? Ok let’s compare. Did you lose over a million people, did you ‘lovely’ Nigerians steal Igbo people property or ‘returned’ it back to them when the war was over, were you given 20 pounds despite the fact you had more than that in you people ‘one Nigerian’ banks prior to the war, were your women carted off as brides to Nigerian soldiers? Igbo people had to start all over again. Did you have to start all over again? All is fair in war abi, well the consequences is fair as well. And Nigeria will pay for it dearly. This is just the beginning!

  2. Tracy Edward

    March 25, 2018 at 1:44 am

    nnenne. I feel sooooooo sorry for you. People like you are the people we don´t what in this in this world. You talk without reasoning and just talk. What is the meaning of your talking? We need to look for the way to bring peace into our country so that we can move forward and build a country for our children. So your talk make no seanse. My God help you and people like you all over Nigeria to THINK right. Do you know the wealth we have in Nigeria as ONE Nation, do you know? Stop talking and build the community around you for a better Nigeria. God bless Nigeria in Jesus Christ Name Amen.

    • Stephen Ron Wells

      March 25, 2018 at 3:00 am


    • Anon

      March 25, 2018 at 5:52 am

      Tracy, you must understand your history before you can build a solid progressive nation.
      When you fail to do that, you will be building on quick sand.

    • Engoz

      March 25, 2018 at 12:50 pm

      Feel sorry for yourself. About 87% of Northerners own Nigerian oil blocks and you think you have a country? You think you live in a fair country? Not only Igbos or other minority ethnic groups that have been senselessly wipes out, Christians have been killed like chickens in the North, when have you heard of the murderers being brought to book? When has the victims been given justice? Nigeria is a ticking time bomb and this is just the beginning.

  3. TrueTalk

    March 25, 2018 at 10:09 am

    Nnenne has a point though put quite bluntly. You cannot have peace until people feel justice has been served. Why not look back and hold people accountable? She is merely pointing out the man is a hypocrite, that’s all. Nothing will change until all sides get justice.

  4. Uberhaute_Looks

    March 25, 2018 at 10:17 am

    Please anybody that’s not current about Nigerian affairs would say T. YDanjuma has the interest of Nigerians at heart.
    It’s a lie!
    I have seen through them all especially during their children’s recent ostentatious weddings and I don’t care attitude towards rebuilding this almost dead nation.
    It is Us against them! Poor versus Rich/Politicians.
    Please BN, post my comment and I must say you are losing blog visitors day by day!
    Bella Naija, what do you stand for?

    • Smh

      March 25, 2018 at 12:12 pm

      Bellanaija stands for nothing. I think they’ve proved that already. Sadly.

  5. ogwashi

    March 25, 2018 at 1:59 pm

    meanwhile nnnene was born well after the civil war she didn’t research jus blurting out what she was told ..this is what will lead to more genocide …and she probably is in the abroad safe and well..

  6. Bowl

    March 25, 2018 at 3:04 pm

    Kemi, Lailatu, and Tracy Edward, you bloody Nigerians always wish you can wish the injustice done the Igbos away , just like that . It doesn’t happen like that , my dears. Your aloofness/ unjust judgment shows how you feel. about the Igbo man . I thought the recent killings had given us an understanding of what my people passed through . I think all three of you are worse than Danjuma. In this life, time moderates everything: a time to commit sins and a time to pay for one’s sins. Time is the chief instrument of God’s justice . I know justice will come to my people some day!

  7. Bowl

    March 25, 2018 at 3:06 pm

    And BN pls post my comment. Nonsense !

  8. Cozygal

    March 25, 2018 at 4:37 pm

    Asking Igbo people not to talk about justice is like asking black Americans to stop seeking for fairness. The truth is that even now, they are still being marginalised. Hence, the way to go is not to ask them to short up as though their pain isn’t valid. You cannot bring a man to ruins and tell him how loud to mourn.

    However, TY has asked us to defend ourselves. The important question is; what does he know that the rest of us don’t know? For him to boldly say this at a public event, then somethings are not alright at all.

    In other observations, does this count as hate speech? Will the SSS visit/pick him up soon? I’m asking for a friend.

  9. tunmi

    March 25, 2018 at 4:48 pm

    Does this count as hate speech?

    Also proof my guy.

    And this is not going to end well

  10. John

    March 25, 2018 at 7:36 pm

    A case of the chicken come home to roost?

  11. Thanks

    March 25, 2018 at 8:51 pm

    thank you Nnenne…………Danjuma is alive to witness the evil seed he sowed

  12. gbaskelebo

    March 25, 2018 at 9:28 pm

    You have the fire on your door now and you are complaining about the one that burnt your kitchen last year, pathetic! In war one thing that is sure is casualty, there must be victims! I guess the jews will continue to blame the present day germans for the holocaust. I am not from the North but will say this, the North never started the war and never even wanted to be a part of Nigeria in the first place, the East brought coup into the country, also brought unitary system of government from the regional system that was practiced into the country. If Danjuma in doing his duty as a military man to defend the sovereignty of the nation he swore to protect and he sinned let posterity judge him. Now we have a greater menace in our hands one that can snuff out the future of our children and all we hold dear and all we can see is Danjuma as a person, not what he is trying to tell us presently to beware of! well dogs will always bark and lion will roar, they say to be forewarned is to be forearmed. The fulanis should beware sha… they should pray seriously that power does not leave the north because if it does they may just become the endangered race in Nigeria, what do I know? unto second base tinz joor!

    • nnenne

      March 25, 2018 at 11:18 pm

      @ Ghaskelebo…. You are saying the killings of Igbos in the 50s before the civil war, post civil wars…. 70s, 80s, 90s 2000s are justified? Because none of your family members were affected?

      Tell me, How many innocent civilians are killed in other coups, done in Nigeria by the North?
      In your mind, it was okay to exterminate innocent, unarmed Igbos civilians, simply because some individuals of Igbo origin carried out a coup?

      FYI, the Jews are still upset about Holocaust,decades later but to you the Igbos whose voices are still muffled are just drammatic? Millions of properties destroyed ,even after the civil war?
      And you justified it with ” all is fair in War”
      Honey, which war took place in the 80s and 90s? Read!

      Violence is now the norm in certain areas of Nigeria and non one should complain because life is turn by turn! Nigeria turned its eyes away for too long!!!

    • gbaskelebo

      March 26, 2018 at 7:53 am

      @ Nnnenne, southerners in the north were generalized as Igbos though the igbos were a majority, the question is when did these killings start and what provoked the killings?
      “…In your mind, it was okay to exterminate innocent, unarmed Igbos civilians, simply because some individuals of Igbo origin carried out a coup?…” you trivialize this coup but it crystalized the opening of the faultline, every other region was affected by that coup except the eastern region that masterminded it and they say it was foiled in the east so it leaders could escape?

      We have always known that certain parts of the north have always been hotbed of religious riots that snowball into christian/ethnic issues and they are usually bloody and result in high casualty especially in the 80s and 90s… Nnenne you may find my position unacceptable, but I will appeal to your heart to let the pain and anger of the past go,let it ooze out, you do not need it in you! we are presently faced with something far more terrible, that makes it difficulty for one to identify the TRUE ENEMY and in between words Danjuma is telling us the military is compromised!!! That should be a cause of greater concern, because the frail peace you know now may just vaporize tomorrow.

  13. Purest

    March 25, 2018 at 11:03 pm

    Please anybody that’s not current about Nigerian affairs would say T. YDanjuma has the interest of Nigerians at heart. They all are deceiving Nigerians. That’s how they told us that they are fighting corruption yet keep messing the system up. I saw this post which you guys may like to read I almost cried. I wonder who is with us

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