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anti-open grazing laws

30 Nov 2021
The Oyo State government has said it has no budgetary provision or plan to invest in ranches, but individuals with allocations in the state farm settlements being upgraded can incorporate feedlots for cattle rearing.
5 Oct 2021
The Afenifere in the United Kingdom (UK) and Europe has backed the southern governors on anti-open grazing laws, resolution on Value Added Tax (VAT) and quest to produce the next President of Nigeria in 2023.
25 Sep 2021
As more southern states move to stem the herders-farmers crisis with the enactment of anti-open grazing law, there is palpable silence from the police hierarchy over its willingness...
6 Sep 2021
The Miyetti Allah Kautal Hore, Fulani Socio-Cultural Association has called on the National Assembly to intervene and stop attempt by some states governors to enact anti-open grazing laws targeted at Fulani pastoralists.
20 Mar 2018
Academics and other stakeholders have called for enactment of anti-open grazing laws in all the 36 states as a proactive measure. They equally urged massive campaign to encourage private ranches and development of a workable formal education for nomads.


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