‘Benue State open grazing prohibition law has reduced attacks’
The Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice, Benue State, Mr. Mike Gusa has stated that since the enactment of the Benue State Open Grazing Prohibition, Ranches establishment Law 2017, the rapidity and number of attacks on communities by suspected herdsmen have reduced.
Imo farmers lament herdsmen invasion, destruction of crops
Farmers and indigenes of Obossa-Assa Community in Ohaji/Egbema Council Area of Imo State, yesterday, lamented herdsmen invasion of their farmlands and destruction of their crops by cattle.
Farmer urges govt to curb ravaging herdsmen
A female young farmer and Coordinator of Oyo Young Agropreneur, Miss Ibukunoluwa Tubi, on Monday, urged governments at all levels, especially in the state, to protect lives and farmlands of farmers from being ravaged by herdsmen.
Cry not for the North
Apparently, the North deserves pity. But is it worth crying for? Whichever angle you want to look at it, and through whichever prism you want to look at the Hobbesian state...
Suspected herdsmen kill seven, burn 20 houses in Zango Kataf
Despite the 24-hour curfew imposed by Kaduna State Government in Zango Kataf Local Council, suspected armed herdsmen raided Chibwon Village, killing seven persons and set 20 houses ablaze.
‘FG must make deliberate effort to disarm herdsmen’
We are on ground and every day, we are briefed. As they came in, we were told and we have been taking action.
Herdsmen kill NSCDC officer in Benue
Gunmen suspected to be herdsmen have killed an Inspector of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) in Benue State.
A day with bereaved folks in Uwheru
So it was that we, members of Urhobo Renaissance Society (URS), a pan-Urhobo socio-cultural organisation dedicated to the upliftment of the Urhobo people, made up of professionals, academics, businessmen and some other patriots, paid a sympathy visit to our bereaved kith ...