Thoughts Lead To Appreciation
Everywhere one goes in Sokoto, one easily identifies the Hausa-Fulani not by their appearance but via their attitudes.
Where they are present whether in a position of authority or as private citizens, they do not hide their disgust for the freedoms of other Nigerians.
Anyone who is different in the slightest manner receives a scorch from the culture of the Hausa-Fulani.
It is common to find a heated debate between a Hausa-Fulani and a person of another ethnicity over an individual; the latter protects the right of that individual, the Hausa-Fulani will have none of it.
AlHamduliLlah for the good people of this great nation.
Allah bless my nation Nigeria. Aameen.
While discussions of culture might be deemed a sensitive issue, the rights and freedoms of persons who do not subscribe to Hausa-Fulani culture is supreme.
In addition, though the Hausa-Fulani in the cloak of their culture do not shy away from exhibiting cruelty to Nigerians, Hausa-Fulanis resist any attempt to table their attitudes to the world.
They do not wish the world to learn of the reality of the culture of the land.
I will continue to publish my thoughts on events in Sokoto and in the far North of Nigeria so long as I am able.
An aspect of the culture that have received much attention in my writings is ethnic discrimination.
Hausa-Fulanis victimize persons of other religions and ethnicities.
In a job application, any envelope that bears a non-Hausa-Fulani sounding name is discarded. The process ends right there.
The same occurs in an interview.
However, if it is discovered that a name belongs to a Muslim whose practice of Islam does not rely on the approval of the culture, the person’s name is relegated last and the names of Christians brought forward.
That is Hausa-Fulani dynamism for you!!!!!!! Serious laughter!!!!!!!
Should the individual as much as converse with a person of own ethnicity in own language, trouble starts.
Nigerians commonly believe that the Hausa-Fulani are pleased to hear others communicating in Hausa.