Enforce law to wage war against killer herdsmen,’ Obas charge south west

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Ondo state council of Obas yesterday urged President Muhammadu Buhari to come to their aid by finding lasting solutions to the security that is affecting the region lately.

The traditional rulers said this as a reaction to the comments made by the aides of the President on the order of Akeredolu ejecting the herdsmen from all the forest reserves in the state, said the move was not to chase out the Fulani in the state but to save it from the activities of the bandits.
This was made available to the public through a communiqué issued at the end of the meeting of the monarchs in Akure, which was read by a former Chairman of the council and the Olukare of Ikareland, Oba Akadiri Momoh.

Oba Momoh said, “We are calling on President Buhari to show to the world that he is a father of all irrespective of ethnic affiliation as well as cautioned his aides to exercise restraints on issues that border on insecurity in the country.”
“The governors in the South-West region, the South-West caucus in the National Assembly, and state Houses of Assembly to use constitutional means to rein the rampaging criminals masquerading as herdsmen across the region.”

“The governors in the South-West region, the South-West caucus in the National Assembly, and state Houses of Assembly to use constitutional means to rein the rampaging criminals masquerading as herdsmen across the region.”

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