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|Amosun ; No To Grazing Routes In Ogun State... by modath(f): 7:06pm On Jun 17, 2016|
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|Re: Amosun ; No To Grazing Routes In Ogun State... by modath(f): 7:07pm On Jun 17, 2016|
Ranching is the way to go!! Dazall....
SIA ti o common, SIA on point.. he might be Bubu's confidante but what's wrong can't ever be wished right...
|Re: Amosun ; No To Grazing Routes In Ogun State... by GlorifiedTunde(m): 7:08pm On Jun 17, 2016|
Thank you my Governor!
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|Re: Amosun ; No To Grazing Routes In Ogun State... by chiwetaluAGU(m): 7:13pm On Jun 17, 2016|
|Re: Amosun ; No To Grazing Routes In Ogun State... by Abeymills(m): 7:41pm On Jun 17, 2016|
|Re: Amosun ; No To Grazing Routes In Ogun State... by theV0ice: 7:42pm On Jun 17, 2016|
Very good governor Amosun.
Cattle rearing is a business like poultry and pigry. As poultry farmers and pigry operators build homes for their animals, so should cattle rearers buy land and build ranches for their cattle business.
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|Re: Amosun ; No To Grazing Routes In Ogun State... by modath(f): 7:53pm On Jun 17, 2016|
Abi ooo broda mi.... do they give the maalu out FOC? why then should one person use his own Raggae to spoil another's blues by destroying farmlands & wreaking havoc.
Global best practices is to keep animals confined in a specific location.... that wakaing with maalu ko boju mu rara rara.
Grazing zones ko, creating zones ni!! Kolewerk ni ile yoruba!!
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|Re: Amosun ; No To Grazing Routes In Ogun State... by theV0ice: 8:05pm On Jun 17, 2016|
I wonder o. Business should be treated as business.
The herdsmen are wrecking the lives of farmers with their cattle trampling on precious crops these farmers have invested money and time on. This is apart from the clashes that lead to loss of lives.
Enough of the nonsense jare. If we no see meat chop, we go chop fish from odo owena
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|Re: Amosun ; No To Grazing Routes In Ogun State... by bankyblue(m): 8:09pm On Jun 17, 2016|
God bless u my gov! May ur daies be elongated, and ur down down below never see to work. 100 oyoncetamol for ur national ebgaladun
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|Re: Amosun ; No To Grazing Routes In Ogun State... by Musiwa419: 8:10pm On Jun 17, 2016|
modath:Lagos, Ogun, Oyo, Ondo and Ekiti have all opposed the grazing bill. Osun state is still silent about the whole issue. We dont know what Aregneshola's position is now. I fear that Osun might be the black sheep of the family
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|Re: Amosun ; No To Grazing Routes In Ogun State... by blazer234: 8:13pm On Jun 17, 2016|
Thank God,Nigerians are speaking out.
These Fulani people think they are the only wise people. Government will give you free land for your business as if the cows are given to people free
|Re: Amosun ; No To Grazing Routes In Ogun State... by modath(f): 8:41pm On Jun 17, 2016|
Don't stress your mind, the people will reject it soundly, Whatever position he wants he can adopt.. the whole yorubaland are going to speak with one voice.... we don't have land for grazing route....
Cc lalasticlala , this is a hot topic that needs varied opinions..
|Re: Amosun ; No To Grazing Routes In Ogun State... by nwadiuko1(m): 8:42pm On Jun 17, 2016|
bankyblue:baba walk ojare......orlando is your case
|Re: Amosun ; No To Grazing Routes In Ogun State... by bejeiodus(m): 9:10pm On Jun 17, 2016|
Thank God Amosun didn't mince words about his people's stance on the grazing issue..I find the grazing debate totally irksome. Cattle herders should set up ranches for their animal feed and stop hoping on the federal government to set the nation on a war path by annexing lands in all states as grazing zones.
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|Re: Amosun ; No To Grazing Routes In Ogun State... by Wyttcat: 9:18pm On Jun 17, 2016|
This is why I love my governor, he can be friends with you and still separate it from his people's interests. Unlike some people who said they are no slaves yet falling over themselves to give their land for grazing before they are even asked.
This is how you know a real man and a true leader, he's a close friend with Buhari but his people's interest is supreme.
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|Re: Amosun ; No To Grazing Routes In Ogun State... by nduchucks: 1:17am On Jun 18, 2016|
This is a very insensitive statement which smacks of ignorance. It completely ignores the nomadic way of life of the herdsmen. To truly solve the problem at hand one must consider all of its components and apply ingenious solutions.
Thinking outside of the box coupled with wisdom is essential here.
|Re: Amosun ; No To Grazing Routes In Ogun State... by Firefire(m): 3:04am On Jun 18, 2016|
Hmmmmmmm, 1st time am agreeing with you sister.
SW say NO! to the wicked grazing fields Bill.
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|Re: Amosun ; No To Grazing Routes In Ogun State... by RZArecta(m): 3:13am On Jun 18, 2016|
bankyblue:meanwhile the efulefu governor in Imo state was quick to pander to the terrorists by sponsoring legislature to provide them land
|Re: Amosun ; No To Grazing Routes In Ogun State... by freeze001(f): 5:27am On Jun 18, 2016|
Then u must also consider the way of life of those who aren't nomads! The South has a culture of farming and fishing and will not be bullied into accommodating strange customs of nomads. If they must roam, the north alone is big enough. When they choose to ply their trade down south, they must work within a specific area known as a ranch. What is more insensitive than an attempt by d FG to take away lands of Southerners for dangerous persons to operate within?
It is unheard of in any decent n civilised society to see cattle being herded across busy highways and through farmlands. If they feel the urge for an evening walk or they are beset by the urge to roam, they should secure their animals in their pens n keep all dangerous weapons safely locked up in those ranches. Once that is done they are free to traipse d length n breadth of Nigeria without trespassing! If that trekking fancy is only fuelled by herds of cattle alongside then that must be confined only to their native states.
What are these ingenious and innovative solutions u might propose?
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|Re: Amosun ; No To Grazing Routes In Ogun State... by Nobody: 5:31am On Jun 18, 2016|
|Re: Amosun ; No To Grazing Routes In Ogun State... by Samunique(m): 5:38am On Jun 18, 2016|
Thank God for my Governor, I was afraid he might consent considering he's boy boy to Buhari.
Let Buhari and his brothers carry their expansionism agenda to sambisa forest , after all there's enough land there.
|Re: Amosun ; No To Grazing Routes In Ogun State... by modath(f): 6:24am On Jun 18, 2016|
So, in the exercise of their right to waka about, these nomads are "free" to infringe on other people's rights to peace & security of lives, livelihood & properties in their ancestral land?! You try!
Pray tell how to think out of the box & apply these "ingenious solutions"?
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|Re: Amosun ; No To Grazing Routes In Ogun State... by wowmenow: 6:29am On Jun 18, 2016|
amosu enjoy the change you voted for
|Re: Amosun ; No To Grazing Routes In Ogun State... by bejeiodus(m): 6:49am On Jun 18, 2016|
nduchucks:Everyone knows cattle herders are itinerant men and that won't change soon. What is wrong with the proposed grazing zone is the involvement of the federal government in what should be a private business. Herders can team up with farmers in their host communities to set up feeding fields for their cows. This means local farmers will own ranches where herders can feed their cattle and pay for such service. The farmers can even plant fruits and other crops on the land as cattle dung is known to aid plant growth.
|Re: Amosun ; No To Grazing Routes In Ogun State... by DIVINE78: 6:52am On Jun 18, 2016|
Why are south east governors not talking against the establishment of grazing reserves?
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|Re: Amosun ; No To Grazing Routes In Ogun State... by PentiumPro(f): 6:55am On Jun 18, 2016|
Don't mind that guy, he thinks they can bully other Nigerians with their old ways. The more we practice democracy, the more it would be clear to them that they cannot always have it their way like under the military that is largely under their control which they were using to create uneccessary advsntages to themselves.
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|Re: Amosun ; No To Grazing Routes In Ogun State... by Jakumo(m): 7:15am On Jun 18, 2016|
Yeah buddy. Governor Amosu remains ever the diplomat and the statesman, whose cloaks his righteous rage in polite, carefully selected words that squarely address the crime of SABOTAGING AND DESTROYING agriculture all across Nigeria, that is currently being perpetrated by Boko Haram terrorist squads masquerading as cattle herders.
For those who still require a translation of the terse words spoken by the calm and collected governor, let me help you out with a more direct translation.
To you Boko Haram cattle terrorists and farmland wreckers, what Governor Amosu really means to say, in plain language, is as follows :
"Take your crop destroying cattle, along with your rifle-wielding, woman defiling terrorist "herders", and stuff them up your crusty Boko Haram anus, for all we care. In other words, you marauding kidnappers, murderers and crop thieves, kindly go phuck yourselves in YOUR farmland, conveniently located for you in the barren desert wastes of northern Nigeria. Thank you very much for your cooperation, and God bless Nigeria."
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|Re: Amosun ; No To Grazing Routes In Ogun State... by Babacele: 7:24am On Jun 18, 2016|
modath:Ranches or fenced properties...any other ingenuity could be too dangerous!
|Re: Amosun ; No To Grazing Routes In Ogun State... by Babacele: 7:30am On Jun 18, 2016|
Jakumo:HE, Amosun never said that and , it isn't fair in your hate spreading campaign to ascribe such an ipob philosophy to him. Amosun was straight : no nomadism but go own ranches .
|Re: Amosun ; No To Grazing Routes In Ogun State... by Jakumo(m): 7:49am On Jun 18, 2016|
The erudite governor would not be so reckless as to speak frankly and bluntly on the delicate subject of the Boko Herder plague and pestilence in a public arena, but I bet you if he ever reads my translation of his statement here, he will get a quiet laugh, and nod his head in approval of every word I wrote above, for sure and without a doubt.
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|Re: Amosun ; No To Grazing Routes In Ogun State... by Babacele: 8:30am On Jun 18, 2016|
|Re: Amosun ; No To Grazing Routes In Ogun State... by theV0ice: 11:05am On Jun 18, 2016|
You're the one being very insensitive about this matter and I must add, selfish. Should it be about the Fulani herdsmen alone? Don't the farmers and farming communities have rights too? Should they lose their lives and livelihood simply because some dumb animals wish to feed?
Is the cattle rearer meant to remain stuck in the medieval way of doing things? What if I tell you my own ancestors never had poultry houses but free range hens and their chick foraging everywhere for food? What about goat herders or pigries? Didn't the average Texan also used to travelling with his cattle before modernity caught up with him? We must innovate, evolve or die.
The Fulani heardsman shouldn't expect to have his way every time. I expect u to know that. What is worse is that the herdsmen leave their homes hundreds of miles away in search of food for his cattle and its the farmer in Benue, Enugu or Ekiti that has to lose his life so animals can eat. Shouldn't that necessitate reappraisal of the whole issue?
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