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Fulani Cattle Herdsmen App.

I am currently developing the beta version of an application that is designed to protect the Fulani herdsmen and their cattle herd. 
  Fulani cattle herdsmen are being labelled killers and terrorist even by our mainstream media. This is a ploy by a few bad players to destroy our beef supply and capitalize through the importation of cattle feed and the eventual high cost of beef.
Nigeria does not farm to feed livestock, we only farm for human consumption so best believe Nigeria will soon be dependent on cattle feed importation and the market price of beef will be artificially set by these importers.
Our beef will go the way of electricity with the importation and dependance on generators.
The Fulani just like the Maasai in Kenya have been herding cattle for thousands of years producing some of the healthiest beef in the world.
Nigerian beef is one of the healthiest in the world due to the method of grazing utilized by the Fulani for thousands of years.
Ranching our cattle as suggested will lead to disease and the use of antibiotics and steroids to keep them “healthy”
Remember for many decades we have been eating genetically engineered American chicken. 
With the invasion by the American fast food industry like KFC and Dominos Pizza our food source is getting dangerously unhealthy everyday.
Is it far fetched that we will be eating Texas Longhorn beef soon.
I have chosen 9year old Adamu a Fulani herdsman to implement this beta program. We will be selling 20 calf, 10 males and 10 females @N50k in Nigeria or $150 for overseas buyers through PayPal and other payment methods.
Adamu will be equipped with GPS tracking cameras to collect data on his grazing patterns. Cattle owners will get 24hrs real time online access to their investment.
This app will be distributed to every Fulani cattle herdsmen creating a network providing valuable real time resource.
This program is designed to make the general public stakeholders in this industry before it is hijacked by a few bad players.
For further details I can be reached on +2348025883710 on leave your comment or questions in the comment section.

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Can Nigerians afford to eat Longhorn and New York steaks after Keteku Cattle and Fulani Herdsmen are eradicated from Nigeria?

Cattle (Picture of The Week 03-27-15)

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) destroyed the Nigerian poultry industry when they introduced genetically engineered chicken injected with antibiotics and hormones as replacement for native breeds of fowl.

Nigerians are forced to eat these genetically engineered chicken known locally as “Agric”, abandoning native fowls even though the general public and government are aware these chickens are not safe for human consumption.

Native Nigerian Fowl Eggs
Native Nigerian Fowl Eggs

They are injected with hormones to make them grow faster and bigger in a very short period of time and antibiotics to keep them alive.

These chickens are unable to metabolize the antibiotics and hormones injected in them during their short lifespan leaving the consumers to metabolize them. Eating “Agric” chickens results several ailments including men growing breasts, obesity, birth defects and cancer.

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Fulani girl selling fura da nono (fermented milk or yogurt) a staple Hausa/Fulani food, Ushafa Village, Abuja, Nigeria, #JujuFilms

Fulani girl selling fura da nono (fermented milk or yogurt) a staple Hausa/Fulani food, Ushafa Village, Abuja, Nigeria, #JujuFilms

Fulani girl selling fura da nono (fermented milk or yogurt) a staple Hausa/Fulani food, Ushafa Village, Abuja, Nigeria, #JujuFilms

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Fulani girls carrying freshly harvested African yams on their heads, Langa Langa Village, Nasarawa State, Nigeria, #JujuFilms

Fulani girls carrying freshly harvested African yams on their heads, Langa Langa Village, Nasarawa State, Nigeria, #JujuFilms