Jan 25, 2022

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Farmer/Herder Crisis: Buhari Reveals how he Sent Back 2 Nigerian Governors who Came to Complain – Legit.ng

  • President Muhammadu Buhari has provided a solution to end the recurring clashes between shepherds and farmers in parts of the country
  • According to the Nigerian leader The government is determined to bring back cattle grazing trails
  • Buhari, who made the proposal, also recounted how he rejected two incumbent governors who came to find out about the to complain about frequent clashes

In an effort to combat and finally contain the constant clashes between farmers and shepherds in parts of Nigeria, President Muhammadu Buhari as a solution suggested pasture paths for cattle.

The President stated this in an interview with Channels Television on Wednesday evening, January 5th.

Buhari reiterated his government’s commitment to return cattle grazing routes to the frequent Z to resolve clashes.

He had talks with Agriculture Renew Minister to restore cattle grazing routes during the First Republic, mainly in the northern region.

< h2> Governors Complain About Clashes Between Peasants And Shepherds

Similarly, Buhari revealed that he had sent back two incumbent governors who were visiting him at Aso Villa to inquire about the To complain about clashes between shepherds and farmers in their respective domains.

Furthermore, the President mentioned one of the leaders as the Governor of Oyo State, Seyi Makinde, but remained silent on the second. < / p>

According to Buhari, he sent the two governors back to their respective states to meet with traditional leaders about the reasons for the breakdown in communication between the shepherds and the farmers ..

< h2> FG explains bandits sc finally to terrorists and publishes Gazette

In an earlier report by Legit.ng, the federal government declared bandits to be terrorists after weeks or months of agitation by Nigerians.

< p class = "align-left"> The Federation Prosecutor General (AGF) and Justice Minister Abubakar Malami (SAN) published a court ruling instructing the government to declare bandits to be terrorists.

Justizia Taiwo Taiwo from the Federal Court of Justice in Abuja had on Thursday, November 25, 2021, granted an ex parte application by the federal government for Yan Bindiga (Hausa word for armed men) and Yan Ta’adda (Hausa Word for terrorists) to be declared terrorists.

Nothing will change, Sheikh Gumi reacts to the declaration of bandits as terrorists

Reacted in a similar development Sheikh Ahmad Gumi on the decision of the Federal Court of Justice to target bandits Explaining terrorists, saying this will not change anything.

The Kaduna-based Islamic scholar stated in a statement by Malam Tukur Mamu, his media advisor, and Dan-Iyan Fika that bandits were involved were treated as terrorists even before the declaration.

According to him, bandits are shepherds and the use of such a label will lead to more violence in the country.