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Cooking a King’s meal, Alungu Palace, FCT Abuja, Nigeria. #JujuFilms

The Gwari or Gbagyi people are one of the most peaceful and accommodating people of Nigeria. They peacefully gave up their ancestral land to build the new capital of Nigeria (Abuja). In return the federal government and private land developers continue to steal with force and brutality the remaining village and farm land protected by law for the indigenes.

One such land developer is Abel Bahora from Adamawa State and a close personal friend of the Federal Capital Minister Bala Mohammed. Abel Behori had the Chief of Alungu Lungu arrested for not capitulating to his demands and brought in bulldozers unannounced at 10am on Thursday, June 2014 to demolish the homes of indigene some while occupied by women and babies. Stay turned for my documentary “The Lungu Crisis”

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