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Open Grazing: Akeredolu Dares Malami by Oluwamarc(m): 1:07pm On May 20
I have just read the press statement credited to the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Mr Shehu Malami SAN on the resolution of the Southern Governors Forum to ban open grazing in their respective States. The AGF is quoted to have said that this reasoned decision, among others, is akin to banning all spare parts dealers in the Northern parts of the country and is unconstitutional.

It is most unfortunate that the AGF is unable to distill issues as expected of a Senior Advocate. Nothing can be more disconcerting. This outburst should, ordinarily, not elicit response from reasonable people who know the distinction between a legitimate business that is not in anyway injurious and a certain predilection for anarchy. Clinging to an anachronistic model of animal husbandry, which is evidently injurious to harmonious relationship between the herders and the farmers as well as the local populace, is wicked and arrogant.

Comparing this anachronism, which has led to loss of lives, farmlands and property, and engendered untold hardship on the host communities, with buying and selling of auto parts is not only strange. It, annoyingly, betrays a terrible mindset.

Mr Malami is advised to approach the court to challenge the legality of the Laws of the respective States baning open grazing and decision of the Southern Governor Forum taken in the interest of their people. We shall be most willing to meet him in Court.

The decision to ban open grazing stays. It will be enforced with vigour.

SIGNED

ARAKUNRIN OLUWAROTIMI O AKEREDOLU, SAN
GOVERNOR, ONDO STATE




https://ondoupdate.com/open-grazing-akeredolu-dares-malami/

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Re: Open Grazing: Akeredolu Dares Malami by Oluwamarc(m): 1:08pm On May 20
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Re: Open Grazing: Akeredolu Dares Malami by duro4chang(m): 1:16pm On May 20
Period. I like this man's response. Malami is now becoming a nuissance.

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Re: Open Grazing: Akeredolu Dares Malami by LordIsaac(m): 1:18pm On May 20
The Herdsman SAN needs be schooled on civilization.

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Re: Open Grazing: Akeredolu Dares Malami by festacman(m): 1:22pm On May 20
The problem with most Northern federal public office holders is their unfortunate tendency to see everything in terms of WE (Northern interests) vs THEM (Southern interests). They have, over the years, used their positions to serve and promote sectional interests resulting in deep-rooted sense of entitlement, which brings injustice to other sections. Imagine a federal ministry using money budgeted for its primary mandates to build a mosque.

This negative attitude interfers with sincerity of purpose, sense of rationality and fairness needed for nation buolding. That's exactly why Nigeria has been unable to reach its potentials. This rubbish attitude must stop and the battle by Southern Governors' Forum for change should be heightened. It is either restructuring or separation.

Thank you Governor Akeredolu, SAN

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Re: Open Grazing: Akeredolu Dares Malami by Darammliveth(m): 1:24pm On May 20
Have already said this before and I will keep saying it, 'The unity of the Southerners is a great threat to the Northerners'. Southerners it is high time we wake up from our slumbering and free ourselves from this captivity of the Fulani's.

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Re: Open Grazing: Akeredolu Dares Malami by OdumegwuOjukwu: 1:25pm On May 20
I like Akeredolu; he's not fazed or cowed by cows in charge. And he's quite measured and firm in his approach.

Kudos.

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Re: Open Grazing: Akeredolu Dares Malami by obama30: 1:26pm On May 20
Oluwamarc:






I have just read the press statement credited to the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Mr Shehu Malami SAN on the resolution of the Southern Governors Forum to ban open grazing in their respective States. The AGF is quoted to have said that this reasoned decision, among others, is akin to banning all spare parts dealers in the Northern parts of the country and is unconstitutional.

It is most unfortunate that the AGF is unable to distill issues as expected of a Senior Advocate. Nothing can be more disconcerting. This outburst should, ordinarily, not elicit response from reasonable people who know the distinction between a legitimate business that is not in anyway injurious and a certain predilection for anarchy. Clinging to an anachronistic model of animal husbandry, which is evidently injurious to harmonious relationship between the herders and the farmers as well as the local populace, is wicked and arrogant.

Comparing this anachronism, which has led to loss of lives, farmlands and property, and engendered untold hardship on the host communities, with buying and selling of auto parts is not only strange. It, annoyingly, betrays a terrible mindset.

Mr Malami is advised to approach the court to challenge the legality of the Laws of the respective States baning open grazing and decision of the Southern Governor Forum taken in the interest of their people. We shall be most willing to meet him in Court.

The decision to ban open grazing stays. It will be enforced with vigour.

SIGNED

ARAKUNRIN OLUWAROTIMI O AKEREDOLU, SAN
GOVERNOR, ONDO STATE




https://ondoupdate.com/open-grazing-akeredolu-dares-malami/

Thanks you sir
Re: Open Grazing: Akeredolu Dares Malami by Sirjamo: 1:26pm On May 20
Malami is a foolish AGF.

Comparing spare parts dealership in a controlled and regulated market to open grazing of cow on farmlands and city centers is the height of insanity.


I never really liked Malami from day one, he's too dull for such an important position.

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Re: Open Grazing: Akeredolu Dares Malami by rejoice4eva(m): 1:29pm On May 20
Majority of the northern elders, specialise in misinformation, manipulation of truth, mismanagement of facts and mis- orientation of their ignomible and uninformed populace for their selfish, wicked and repressive agenda.

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Re: Open Grazing: Akeredolu Dares Malami by IlovePMB: 1:29pm On May 20
Chai. Look at real governor. Not the useless governors we have in the south east.

Ondo people. You are blessed to have this man.

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Re: Open Grazing: Akeredolu Dares Malami by Igbochief001(m): 1:33pm On May 20
They never thought this day would come


We Igbos and Yorubas have our political ideological differences and that's were it ends

Taking a yoruba man life is out of the mindset of the Igbos man and same van be said about Yorubas

It's like two brothers who always fight ..no mean say outsiders go come take our land

Never !!!

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Re: Open Grazing: Akeredolu Dares Malami by Xiaomi1(m): 1:36pm On May 20
malami is the real definition of madness.

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Re: Open Grazing: Akeredolu Dares Malami by Siwisheswereesh: 1:38pm On May 20
Thank you!

Malami is just a dulllard and a looonatic!!

Did anybody question any northern governor for banning the sale and consumption of alcohol

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Re: Open Grazing: Akeredolu Dares Malami by Olatunji1929: 1:40pm On May 20
This malami is just too dull to be a class captain not to talk of a cheif law officer of a country, the man is too bias joor. good one aketi no going back on banning of open grazing in Southern Nigeria infact aketi should just come to mama sade joint to collect 1 bottle of alomo bitter for these statements

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Re: Open Grazing: Akeredolu Dares Malami by 9jatriot(m): 1:41pm On May 20
Malami has never really been a good AGF. Not sure when last we had a really good AGF because I remember one Aadonkai who refused to allow GEJ be sworn in even when it was the right thing to do.
I cannot think of any AGF that stands out for me in this country

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Re: Open Grazing: Akeredolu Dares Malami by 9jatriot(m): 1:41pm On May 20
Very good question.
Siwisheswereesh:
Thank you!

Malami is just a dulllard and a looonatic!!

Did anybody question any northern governor for banning the sale and consumption of alcohol
Re: Open Grazing: Akeredolu Dares Malami by Topleague(m): 1:42pm On May 20
God bless you sir. We need more men like this in our space
Re: Open Grazing: Akeredolu Dares Malami by flokii: 1:42pm On May 20
Aketi my man... SAN the Law! grin

Apt response to an irresponsible disposition from the other Senior Advocate of Nonsense.. awon quota system SANs.

Let AGF go to court.. the Southern governors forum will meet him there. Fulani and Miyetti whatever no get level na.
Re: Open Grazing: Akeredolu Dares Malami by valentineuwakwe(m): 1:44pm On May 20
This Mr. MALAMI is really acting like a demi God now in Nigeria politics simply becos he was made an AGF....well I know blame am....make any herdmen stray near my farm, that day they will tell me who owns my state or not!
Re: Open Grazing: Akeredolu Dares Malami by FreedomArmy: 1:47pm On May 20
In today's world a so called lawyer stands in front of the whole 200million Nigerians and is advocating for a continuous practice of open grazing which the rest of the world has moved on from.
This clearly show that the fight is not about open grazing,its about land,domination,imposition of their backward way of life on the indigenous people of the the south. This will also fail and I commend the governor for standing up to that half backed San and if they north do not like that they should go ahead and ban southern businesses and let's the country keep dividing.

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Re: Open Grazing: Akeredolu Dares Malami by omonnakoda: 1:49pm On May 20
Well by Malami's logic banning okadas is unconstitutional

I should not be stopped from riding my horse or camel on 3rd Mainland Bridge

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Re: Open Grazing: Akeredolu Dares Malami by Jakumo(m): 1:58pm On May 20
Obviously, the Attorney General of Nigeria, Mr. Malami, obtained his academic credentials through a rigged quota system that rewards antiquated tribal connections over any semblance of intellectual accomplishment in the realm of legal practice.

Mr. Malami's mental insanity is clearly illustrated by his amusing and bizarre claim that Fulani terrorist cattle herdsmen, who now specialize in mass murder, crop destruction, and kidnapping for ransom, are equivalent in his twisted little mind to the legitimate business of selling vehicle spare parts. Perhaps what the semi-literate Attorney General meant to imply with his quaint analogy was that the righteous and long overdue eviction of cattle herding terrorists from southern Nigeria would soon trigger a tit-for-tat retaliatory eviction of Igbo car parts marketers from Northern Nigeria.

If Mr. Malami seeks to evict Igbo spare parts vendors from Nigeria's largely illiterate Islamic northern wasteland, the only effect of such a futile own-goal would be that Igbo entrepreneurs would tactically relocate their businesses to southern Nigeria and thereby abandon northern Nigeria's fundamentalist desert-dwelling hordes to mount camels, donkeys, and goats as their primary modes of transportation or sexual gratification, which would be of little concern to Nigeria's educated southern tribes, in the grand scheme of things.
Re: Open Grazing: Akeredolu Dares Malami by gambia(m): 2:00pm On May 20
How did Malami became a SAN? The country is a joke honestly.
Re: Open Grazing: Akeredolu Dares Malami by zombieHUNTER: 2:00pm On May 20
Darammliveth:
Have already said this before and I will keep saying it, 'The unity of the Southerners is a great threat to the Northerners'. Southerners it is high time we wake up from our slumbering and free ourselves from this captivity of the Fulani's.

You should tell the South Westerners....
They are mostly anti South especially the Muslims
Re: Open Grazing: Akeredolu Dares Malami by ygowon: 2:08pm On May 20
When people hold positions they are not qualified for, the country sinks

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Re: Open Grazing: Akeredolu Dares Malami by ivolt: 2:09pm On May 20
Malami is an illiterate.

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Re: Open Grazing: Akeredolu Dares Malami by blizard44: 2:40pm On May 20
If not for Quota System, malami no suppose be gate man?

You're dignifying him with a response, sir.

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Re: Open Grazing: Akeredolu Dares Malami by Biafranboys: 3:10pm On May 20
We need people like this that can look the fulanis in the eye and tell them The truth without fear
Re: Open Grazing: Akeredolu Dares Malami by Whoube99(f): 3:43pm On May 20
Jakumo:
Obviously, the Attorney General of Nigeria, Mr. Malami, obtained his academic credentials through a rigged quota system that rewards antiquated tribal connections over any semblance of intellectual accomplishment in the realm of legal practice.

Mr. Malami's mental insanity is clearly illustrated by his amusing and bizarre claim that Fulani terrorist cattle herdsmen, who now specialize in mass murder, crop destruction, and kidnapping for ransom, are equivalent in his twisted little mind to the legitimate business of selling vehicle spare parts. Perhaps what the semi-literate Attorney General meant to imply with his quaint analogy was that the righteous and long overdue eviction of cattle herding terrorists from southern Nigeria would soon trigger a tit-for-tat retaliatory eviction of Igbo car parts marketers from Northern Nigeria.

If Mr. Malami seeks to evict Igbo spare parts vendors from Nigeria's largely illiterate Islamic northern wasteland, the only effect of such a futile own-goal would be that Igbo entrepreneurs would tactically relocate their businesses to southern Nigeria and thereby abandon northern Nigeria's fundamentalist desert-dwelling hordes to mount camels, donkeys, and goats as their primary modes of transportation or sexual gratification, which would be of little concern to Nigeria's educated southern tribes, in the grand scheme of things.

I completely share your candid thoughts and postulations on this issue of national discuss.
Oil dey ya head jare!
Re: Open Grazing: Akeredolu Dares Malami by jude79(m): 4:13pm On May 20
We in IMO want yorubas to tell us the sign-on fee for governor akeredolu. since this dispensation started, our governor have hopelessly failed to score any goal, infact he has been scoring owngoals, by ordering the killing of our people to safeguard fulani herders, that destroy our farm, rape our women and kill our people untop
We know akeredolu's pedigree as a quality governor, so we're willing to pay twice the sign-on fee for Cristiano Ronaldo and also add hope ontop to complete the deal.
Re: Open Grazing: Akeredolu Dares Malami by cjrane: 4:15pm On May 20
Oluwamarc:






I have just read the press statement credited to the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Mr Shehu Malami SAN on the resolution of the Southern Governors Forum to ban open grazing in their respective States. The AGF is quoted to have said that this reasoned decision, among others, is akin to banning all spare parts dealers in the Northern parts of the country and is unconstitutional.

It is most unfortunate that the AGF is unable to distill issues as expected of a Senior Advocate. Nothing can be more disconcerting. This outburst should, ordinarily, not elicit response from reasonable people who know the distinction between a legitimate business that is not in anyway injurious and a certain predilection for anarchy. Clinging to an anachronistic model of animal husbandry, which is evidently injurious to harmonious relationship between the herders and the farmers as well as the local populace, is wicked and arrogant.

Comparing this anachronism, which has led to loss of lives, farmlands and property, and engendered untold hardship on the host communities, with buying and selling of auto parts is not only strange. It, annoyingly, betrays a terrible mindset.

Mr Malami is advised to approach the court to challenge the legality of the Laws of the respective States baning open grazing and decision of the Southern Governor Forum taken in the interest of their people. We shall be most willing to meet him in Court.

The decision to ban open grazing stays. It will be enforced with vigour.

SIGNED

ARAKUNRIN OLUWAROTIMI O AKEREDOLU, SAN
GOVERNOR, ONDO STATE




https://ondoupdate.com/open-grazing-akeredolu-dares-malami/

The southern governors and community leaders should be ready to ban the sale of beef or livestock in our states and communities.

Youths should be ready to go into every abbatoir to ensure there are no more slaughter and sale of beef in all our communities.

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