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Nigerians Who Support And Incite Violence – Abdullahi Ganduje And Smart Adeyemi by Codedsamkeys: 12:09pm On Apr 20, 2021
It was the great socialist and author, Dashanne Stokes who said that “when we allow violence against some, we enable violence against all.” No statement perhaps best captures the way some Nigerian leaders have been stoking violence recently even in the face of all the tensions and crises unsettling the country. Last time, it was the Zamfara State Governor, Bello Matawalle, with talks about monopoly of violence, and CHURAC president, Alaowei Cleric. Now the focus is on the Governor of Kano State, Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, and Senator Smart Adeyemi.

Governor Abdullahi Ganduje

Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, is one of the country’s political leaders who deserve commendation for the decorous way he joined other stakeholders in seeking solutions to the farmers/herders crises when it got to a boiling point and was equally threatening the country’s unity.

He was perspicacious to admit that open grazing was largely responsible for the constant feud between farmers/herders that was fast degenerating into a national crisis. As a member of the Northern Governors Forum, he noted that open grazing was not sustainable in view of growing modernisation, and that the Nigerian government should put a law to ban the movement of cattle from the North to other parts of the country.

The Kano Governor said he believed this move would help strongly in resolving the problem of clashes between farmers/herders and also the issue of rustling. His words:

“Those herders traveling from the North to South should be banned from doing so. This is a national issue. A robust bill by the National Assembly is the only answer to the issue of farmer/herder conflict,”

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