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7 Feb 2018
Some farmers and cattle rearers have accused some traditional rulers in the south west of colluding with cattle owners to give tacit support to Fulani herdsmen who graze their cattle on farmlands that belong to farmers in the zone. Some stakeholders made these accusations at a recent interactive session involving farmers and herders at the…
4 Feb 2018
Port Harcourt, the Rivers State capital was agog last week, as first-class traditional rulers from across the country gathered in the oil city for the council’s 9th assembly. The Presidential Hotel, Port Harcourt, venue of the conference swiftly turned into a tourist centre, as residents and visitors trooped to behold the majesty and regalia of the monarchs,…
16 May 2016
Traditional rulers in Niger State have warned those involved in illegal mining and indiscriminate felling of trees in the state to desist from the act as they will not condole such economic sabotage in their domain.

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