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Southern Governors Are Confused, They Should Face IPOB Terrorists, And Leave Herders Alone- Miyetti.

The National Secretary of Miyetti Allah Kautal Hore, Alhassan Saleh, has reacted to the ban on open grazing of cattle by southern governors, saying they are confused.

According to a report, 17 governors from Southern states has called for urgent national dialogue, adding that the President, Muhammad Buhari should address the people directly on the growing insecurity in the country, and how he intended to handle it, and the enforcement of the ban on open grazing in the South, including obstructing movement of cows on foot from North.

The governors in a four-hours meeting in Asaba, Delta State on Tuesday agreed that open grazing should be banned, adding that it has often caused misunderstand between host communities, and migrant herders which has resulted in lost of lives and properties.

While speaking with the press, Saleh Alhassan revealed that the herders are not the problem facing the country, he made this statement while describing the southern governors as confused and mischievous.

He further revealed that the governors are confused, adding that if they can't address the terrorists activities being carried out by Nnamdi Kanu, Ana his Igbo terrorists group, IPOB, then they are really confused, and if they are not, then they are mischievous.

According to his words, the secretary said:

"Are herdsmen the problem facing the country? Are they the ones looting things in the country? They should leave the herders alone, and stop killing innocent people".

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