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20 Feb 2021
Bauchi State Governor Bala Mohammed has said Nigerians don’t need the permission of any state governor to reside anywhere in the country.
15 Feb 2021
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has vowed to protect all religious and ethnic groups in the country after deadly clashes between communities at a market in the southwest over the weekend.
14 Feb 2021
Sir: Ugly scenario in videos depicting insecurity are outplaying themselves in the Nigeria of today. The blood of the innocent spill on daily basis by Boko Haram, Fulani Herders, Kidnappers, Ritualists, Armed Robbers and all such bloodthirsty brutes all over the country is crying for justice. Of particular interest are the herders because of the…
9 Feb 2021
The commonsense approach to stem the crisis of inter-ethnic proportion brewing from frequent perpetration of crimes by killer herdsmen across the country may be necessary, but it is not sufficient to tackle a more determined...
9 Feb 2021
And with over $400 billion frittered away in oil revenue and poverty staring down citizens and now compounded by clear bias in the management of herdsmen crisis, it is heartbreaking to spot Nigeria amongst the listed fragile states...
31 Jan 2021
The recent clash between itinerant Fulani herders and citizens of some Southwest states was not a flash in the pan. There have been such skirmishes in the past, especially dating back to the fourth republic of former Oyo State governor, Lamidi Adesina.
22 Jan 2021
• Laments stand against Ondo order on forest reserves • ‘FG will be held responsible for any crisis over matter’ The Southern and Middle Belt Leaders Forum (SMBLF) has cautioned the Federal Government against its continuous support for Fulani Miyetti Allah at the detriment of other tribes in the country. The group said it was…
17 Mar 2020
There is tension in Unguwan Fanfon Daji, a rural community in Batsari Council of Katsina State, after hunting dogs owned by indigenes killed 10 goats belonging to Fulani herders.
9 Mar 2020
At least 43 people have been killed in attacks in northern Burkina Faso, the government said on Monday, in what local sources described as apparent vigilante reprisals for jihadist violence that has claimed hundreds of lives.
23 Aug 2019
The plan by the Federal Government of Nigeria to establish Rural Grazing Area or ‘RUGA’ in the country was met with stiff opposition by some stakeholders in states and communities. 
19 Jul 2018
Conflicts between herdsmen and farmers in Nigeria are becoming more sophisticated and deadlier, the Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General for West Africa and the Sahel, Mohamed Ibn Chambas, has warned.“Violence between farmers and herders is increasingly a major security....


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