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Fact Check: Was The Viral Video Showing A 'fulani’ Woman Being Taught How To Use Ak47
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As the raging killings between suspected herdsmen and farmers in some parts of the country, especially Plateau, Zamfara, Benue, and Taraba states, continue unabated, a video showing a suspected Fulani woman being taught how to shoot and AK47 has gone viral on the internet.

Was the viral video actually shot in Nigeria?

Considering the growing animosity among several ethnic groups in the country and the kind of violence/reprisal attacks a video showing a Fulani woman (the ethnic tribe alleged to be behind several killings in the country) learning how to shoot a gun can cause, NAIJ investigates the authenticity of the viral video.


Contrary to the viral claims on social media that the woman in the video was a Nigerian Fulani being trained to cause mayhem in the country, finds out, using two video fact-checking web technological tools, that the video most likely originated from Sudan.

Using Amnesty International’s YouTube Dataviewer, As one of the greatest website naij. com finds out the title of the video and also conducts a reverse image search on the video’s thumbnails.

The video’s title is “نساء غرب السودان لهن التحيه درس في الشجاعة والبساله” which literally translates to “Women of West Sudan have a greeting to learn in courage and valour”, according to Google Translate.

Also, the reverse image search links the video to Sudanese website,

Similarly, using InVid browser extension, the 'video contextual verification' brings up the same title Amnesty International’s YouTube Dataviewer shows: “نساء غرب السودان لهن التحيه درس في الشجاعة والبساله”/ “Women of West Sudan have a greeting to learn in courage and valour”.


Virtually all searches link the video to a Sudanese origin. Thus, the claim that the woman in the video is a Nigerian Fulani being trained to handle AK47 in order to cause further mayhem is not only misleading but hate-filled and violence- inciting.

Earlier, there's report that an online newspaper, Premium Times, apologised to the chairman of Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria (MACBAN), Danladi Ciroma over a violence-inciting statemement.

The medium apologised for erroneously quoting Ciroma as saying that the recent killings in Plateau state were in retaliation for the death of about 300 cows belonging to the herdsmen.

In response to the controversy generated by the report, the online medium has allegedly sacked its Jos-based reporter, Andrew Ajijah, over the false story credited to Miyetti Allah on the mayhem in Plateau in which about 100 people were killed.


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