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Aliyu Smith Almusawi wrote:

You can hate Hausa/Fulani people for worsening security, almajiranci and so many societal ills that plaque Nigeria but don’t forget the same Hausa brags about having Aliko Dangote who is unarguably the richest black man on earth. They feed you with their agricultural produces and even the meat you so much cherish is supplied by these people. You can also hate Igbo people for incubating internet fraudsters and baby factories, but don’t forget the same Igbo people you so much hate out of ethnocentric sentiment are the most entrepreneurial people in Nigeria whose attitudes towards business also of us can envy . The Yoruba people you viscerally detest and accuse of ethnic supremacy, xenophobia and hostility towards other ethnic groups are still the same people who produce the most aggressively educated people, technocrats, and policy makers in the country and I am sure Nigeria cannot survive without them. It is pertinent to note that the actions of microscopic few should not be used to demonize or spread hate against the innocent and peaceful majority. Igbo, Yoruba, Hausa and Fulani are symbiotically indispensable and we cannot live without each other because every ethnic group contributes in one way or another to the nation building despite the fact that we may have weaknesses as citizens. The sooner we live and let live the better for us.