Grazing

Grazing routes, bandit routes, and growth routes

Grazing routes, bandit routes, and growth routes

By Emmanuel Aziken Disclaiming conspiracy theories of a presidency that had been hijacked by a few visible and invisible handlers, President Muhammadu Buhari last week came out to show himself and character as being behind the actions and inactions of his administration. His interview sessions with Arise Television, and subsequently with the state-owned, NTA, conveyed […]
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Regulated grazing, solution to farmers/herders crisis — Sharubutu

Regulated grazing, solution to farmers/herders crisis — Sharubutu

The Provost,  Federal College of Animal Health and Production Technology, Vom, Jos South Local Government Area of Plateau State, Professor Garba Sharubutu, has stressed the need to regulate grazing as a panacea to the recurring herders/farmers clashes in the country.

Igbo group urges govs to enact anti-grazing laws

Igbo group urges govs to enact anti-grazing laws

A Pan-Igbo group, Alaigbo Development Foundation (ADF), has demanded immediate enactment of Anti-Open Grazing bills to check wanton killings and destruction of farmlands and properties in five South East and two South South States.

Grazing: Buhari constrained by the constitution says Itta Enangd

Grazing: Buhari constrained by the constitution says Itta Enangd

Sen. Ita Enang, Senior Special Assistant to the President on National Assembly Matters, has said that while the Federal Government is determined to address the issues of farmers herdsmen clashes in Benue, it is constrained by the constitution.

COCIN seeks ban on open grazing in Plateau

COCIN seeks ban on open grazing in Plateau

the Church of Christ in Nations, COCIN, has called on the Plateau State government and other states affected by the menace of open grazing to ban the practice to give succour to farmers.

Anti-open grazing law, a time bomb — Miyetti Allah

Anti-open grazing law, a time bomb — Miyetti Allah

Kaduna—The Miyetti Allah Kautal Hore has described the anti-open grazing law recently passed by Benue State government as a time bomb, and called on the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, to protect Fulani living in the state.

Tiv Church backs grazing law, makes case for Relief Levy

Tiv Church backs grazing law, makes case for Relief Levy

Barely 48 hours to the commencement of enforcement of the Open Grazing Prohibition Law in Benue State on November 1, the Tiv traditional Church, Nongo U Kristu U I Ser U Sha Tar, NKST, also known as the Reformed Christian Church, has declared its support for the law and urged the state government to ensure its strict implementation.