President Muhammadu Buhari has admitted Governor Samuel Ortom is right about him being Fulani herdsmen’s kinsman.
President Muhammadu Buhari has told governors complaining of herdsmen attacks not to be idle, urging them to protect their states.
Osun government has announced plans to have Fulani-Bororo herdsmen issued with ID cards as part of its data capturing and profiling of herders in the state.
Bayelsa Livestock Management Committee (BSLMC) has impounded 34 cows in Yenagoa for violating the state’s anti-open grazing law.
“The Coconut is a commodity with lots of economic, medicinal and nutritional value and the market for it in Nigeria is huge.”
The meteorological agency predicted strong chances of normal to above normal rainfall in Nigeria during the July-August-September (JAS) season.
Reminiscent of Majek Fashek’s hit song, Bauchi farmers have held a special prayer begging God to “send down the rain.”
“The law says that all customs and traditions that discriminate against women are null and void.”
Gombe government says a communal clash between Shongom and Filiya districts over farmland has left one person killed and over 50 houses burnt.
“Benue State has had an anti-grazing law for some years. Northern Governors are already walking the talk,” Mr Lalong said.