The General Secretary of Tabital Pulakuu International Ghana chapter Yakubu Musah Barry has revealed that their people are losing their patience over the recent killing of Fulanis.
He says if nothing is done to bring the perpetrators to book, they will advise themselves.
He has therefore appealed to Inspector General of Police (IGP) George Akuffo-Dampare to act as soon as possible.
The group, he said, is urging the security agencies to intensify the investigation, and arrest the culprits who killed the eight people at Zackoli in Yendi district Northern Region.
According to him, another Fulani had been shot dead at Bolado Zabzugu district Northern Region yesterday making the death toll to 9 in 11 days, adding the security agencies in the region are reluctant.
”Another worrying issue at hand is that the National Disaster Management Organization (NADMO) has also failed to offer the necessary help needed to the people of Zakoli as the Vice President promised. The victims are still under the mercies of the weather,” he lamented.
“To be frank with you, we can’t control our people anymore. They are running out of patience, and the security must act very fast to bring those people to book. This is not the first time we are going through this, but we don’t get the justice we want. It has happened In more than ten different locations across the country, but no one has been prosecuted.
“We don’t know why anytime there is an attack on Fulanis, they don’t treat it with the urgency and seriousness it deserves. We are very surprised the police could not even publish anything about it Tis is serious and discriminatory” lamented.