The Deputy Chairman of the Oyo State Council of Obas, Oba Francis Alao, who is also the Olugbon of Orile Igbon, has advised herdsmen in the state to obey the anti-open grazing law put in place to regulate animal husbandry in the state.
The monarch, who said this in an interview with The Punch in Ibadan, stressed that no government would fold its arms and watch people violate the law. He stated that the government would not allow anybody to violate its anti-open grazing law.
Herdsmen Kill Another Farmer
Suspected herdsmen, has slaughtered a farmer identified as Dele Olowoniyi, while asleep in a farm settlement at Oha village, Imeko, in Imeko-Afon Local Government Area of Ogun State.
It was gathered that the deceased was discovered by his wife with machete cuts in his neck and other parts of the body on Sunday.
A source which spoke with Punch noted that some Fulani herdsmen stormed the village in the night with guns and cutlass and killed Olowoniyi in the farm.
Boko Haram Terrorists Strike Again
Boko Haram insurgents have allegedly killed six Nigerian soldiers in an ambush on their convoy during the weekend along the Yobe-Borno border.
Naija News reports that the terrorists ambushed and attacked the soldiers along the Goniri-Gorigi Road as they were returning from a clearance operation.
According to a military source, the terrorists fired a rocket-propelled grenade on the convoy which hit one of the vehicles with about 8 soldiers in it, six of them died while two others were injured.
Tinubu Backed For Presidency
Tanko Yakasai, a former aide to ex-President Shehu Shagari, has said Bola Tinubu, National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, APC, and Atiku Abubakar, former Vice President have what it takes to govern Nigeria.
Yakasai said both Tinubu and Atiku have the requisite experience and capacity to become Nigeria’s President in 2023.
In a chat with DAILY POST, the elder statesman, however, pointed out that Nigeria needs a president who can ensure unity, address the issue of unemployment, and other challenges facing the country.
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