Miyetti Allah Should Be Ready To Obey Open Grazing Law In Southwest or face Trouble -Agbekoya
Southwest governors had in January met and banned open grazing across the region due to the farmers-herdsmen's crisis.
The Agbekoye Farmers Association reacted to the statement made by the Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria (MACBAN) that they will not obey the law of that banned open grazing within the southwestern part of the country.
The Secretary of Miyetti Allah Kautal hore regarded the move as the giving eviction notice to Fulani herdsmen.
Okikiola added that is not acceptable for a group of people running their businesses in an area and not obeying the sharia law.
Source: Sahara Reporters.
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