Fish Out The Criminals – Sultan Of Sokoto Issues Ultimatum To Cattle Breeders

Fish Out The Criminals – Sultan Of Sokoto Issues Ultimatum To Cattle Breeders

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Worried by the incessant clashes between Fulani herds men and farmers in some parts of the country which has resulted in deaths and destruction of lives and properties, the Sultan of Sokot.

His Eminence, Mohammed Sa’ad Abubakar 111, has given a two month mandate to the new leadership of the Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Associate (MACBAN), to fish out the criminals perpetrating the crisis.

This was disclosed in Benin yesterday by the National President (MACBAN), Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria, Alhaji Mohammadu Kiruwa who spoke through the National Secretary of the association, Alhaji Baba Othman Ngelzarma during their peace visit to the Edo.

Meanwhile, MACBAN, has blamed the frequent clashes between the herdsmen and farmers on politicians who it said were cashing on the crisis to feather their political nests.

According to MACBAN President, “The Sultan of Sokoto during our swearing – in ceremony gave the leadership a two month mandate to fish out the criminals responsible for herders and farmers clash.

“And at times, allowing minor to go on grazing, that is what is causing most of the problem and above all, when all these are not there when the relationship is good, they certainly in the farms, they see each other, shake hands and continue to live but today, because of so many things more especially politicians have made this crisis a fertile ground.

”So, we have arranged to begin to fish out the criminals within us and the farmers so that we can have Peace. Most of the activities are being perpetrated by criminals because not all cattle herders are criminals.

“The herders also suffered from the activities of these criminals who killed, maimed and kidnapped our members. We have lost over two million cattle to these criminal.

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