“The price of doing nothing in the face of these growing hunger needs will inevitably be measured in terms of lost lives.”
The government said it has announced via the radio for herders to come forward with evidence to reclaim their stolen cattle.
“With the development of the ranch, other nomads will realise that there are other means of raising livestock without having to encroach into people’s farms and causing problems.”
The police said the defendant confessed to the crime but the farmer pleaded not guilty in court.
Human rights lawyer Femi Falana says justice minister Abubakar Malami is misleading President Muhammadu Buhari regarding gazetted grazing routes for herdsmen.
A Central Africa official declared: “we can’t keep allowing foreigners to come and kill Central Africans on their land.”
PDP senator Sahabi Ya’u (Zamfara North) has supported grazing routes, promising to build ranches for herdsmen.
Igbos in Delta have backed Governor Ifeanyi Okowa’s anti-open grazing law in the state.
After eight years in office, President Muhammadu Buhari says he will go back to his cows and keep himself busy tendering to them.
President Muhammadu Buhari has admitted Governor Samuel Ortom is right about him being Fulani herdsmen’s kinsman.