It is no news that the bandits have been terrorizing the people living in the north. So many students have been held captive by these groups of people, they usually kidnap students and wait for the government to pay for their ransoms. The bandits terrorizing the north have grown in large numbers with the people sponsoring them.
Today's Headlines:IPOB/ESN Storm Forest In Delta, Shoot Cows On Sight, Goodluck Gets New Appointment
IPOB/ESN Storms Forest In Delta, Shoot Cows On Sight Members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) and its militant arm, the Eastern Security Network (ESN) have reportedly stormed forests in Delta State to begin the enforcement of the government’s anti-open grazing law.
Residents Flee As Gunmen Shoot Cows Dead In Anambra Unknown gunmen have shot dead some cows grazing in the open in Oba town, Idemili-South Local government Area of Anambra State. According to eyewitnesses, the herders who were tendering the cows and some residents scampered for safety upon hearing the gunshots.
As the Southern part, including some parts of the Northern region of the country struggle with the issue of open grazing and the calls to stop it, it yet seems like there is no sgn that it is ending soon. This is notwithstanding the fact that the entire southern governors have unanimously called for the herdesmen to vacate the streets of the entire southern states in a meeting held in Delta State last month.
The Hausa tribe has some of the most expansive land in Nigeria. They are Nigeria's most populous tribe, and the majority of them are Muslims. There are numerous laws in Hausa land that all visitors must abide by while there. Because no one is above the law, you must respect their beliefs and traditions.
Today's Headlines: Miyetti Allah To Hold Cow Verification Exercise, U.S Speaks On Afghanistan Crisis
Miyetti Allah to hold cow verification exercise Photo Credit: Tribune South East Chairman of Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria (MACBAN), Alhaji Gidado Siddiki, on Saturday, said the association is organising a sensitisation workshop on Cows identification programme. He said the workshop is another measure put in place by the association to curbed Cattle rustling, farmers/herders clashes and other ethnic challenges confronting the unity of Nigeria.
It is arguable that the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, projects the image of Nigeria to the rest of the world, and whatever that is obtainable in the country's capital could go a long way to tell much about Nigeria to the rest of the world. This can be argued to be one of the reasons that the government tries its best to ensure that the city is in order.
At least about 400 cows, aside from goats and rams were reportedly supplied to the late-night business mogul Obi Iyiegbu (a.k.a. Obi Cubana) for the burial of his late mother Ezinne Iyiegbu who died last December, age 78. Photo Credit: Obi Cubana It is no longer news that many dignitaries were present, as there was enough cash flow and different supplies of assorted foods, meats, and drinks at the party.
The burial ceremony for the mother of one of Nigeria's foremost business men, Obi Cubana is currently ongoing in Oba, Anambra State. This ceremony may go down in history as one of the most popular burial ceremonies in Nigeria following the kind of buzz surrounding especially from the Nigeria's social media space.
Today's Headlines: Trump congratulates Nigerian Govt. on twitter ban, Bayelsa Govt. impounds 34 Cows
Trump congratulates Nigerian Govt. on twitter banphoto credit: punch news Former President of the US, Donald Trump, recently congratulated Nigeria's President, Muhammadu Buhari, for his decision to ban popular microblogging platform, Twitter. Trump, who was also banned from Twitter while he was still in office, recently released a statement which said, "Congratulations to the country of Nigeria, who just banned Twitter because they banned their President"Trump and Nigeria's President (photo credit: Google)
It became very glaring that Igbos are one of the richest people in Nigeria through the burial of Obi Cubana's mother. Anambra State was filled with dignitaries who came from different parts of the country just to attend the burial ceremony. About 247 Cows were supposedly used for the burial ceremony and videos of people spraying bundles of money were also seen flowing all over the internet and most people in attendance are the Igbos.
The burial of the mother of Obi Cubana is currently the most popular event and this has attracted mixed reactions from people over the Lavish spendings in the burial ceremony. The popularity of the ceremony grew after the popular celebrity bar man, Cubana Chief priest donated about 46 cows and some millions of naira to his former boss and close friend, Obi Cubana in order to sympathize with him on the loss ot his mother.
The current unrest between Fulani herders and farmers cannot be overemphasized. In recent times, there have been clashes between the farmers and Fulani herdsmen. For this reason, many state governors have resolved to open grazing. Well, despite the ban on open grazing, different attacks have been recorded.
MACBAN Warns That a Cow Might Cost Up to 2million Naira Each If the Anti-Open Grazing Bill is Passed.
The Lagos state government, still debating on the proposed bill on anti-open grazing law , has gone viral through out the nation. The proposed bill was fueled up by the barbaric actions of herdsmen in some part of the country. The law of anti-open grazing is yet to be propounded and passed by the Lagos state government before the group responsible for open grazing sent their warning.
What Are Cows Doing There?- Shehu Asks 2 Questions After Bandits Invaded The Kaduna Military Barrack
Popular human rights activist, Shehu Sani, has reacted to the news that bandits invaded the Military Barrack at Jaji, Kaduna, to steal cows. The former senator from Kaduna asked 2 questions after hearing the news. Photo: Shehu Sani Recall that for many months, different operation of bandits has been reported.
Earlier this morning, a former aviation minister of the federation, Chief Femi Fani Kayode has shared a viral video where Epe land youths were seen chasing out herdsmen and their thousands of cows. The video shows where you can hear the voice of a man saying out loud, "See they are chasing them out of Epe land.
Following the abduction of Students and teachers by armed Men on Thursday, the Senator governing kebbi Central while been interviewed said the bandits are still nearby the yauri district and are running for their lives, leaving with them about 800 stolen Cows they gathered from remote areas. In same manner a teacher at the school when interviewed, said the school had received warnings regarding potential attacks, but chose not to close.
For some years now, open grazing of Cows has become an issue of national interest. The practice, which is as old as history itself, has suddenly become a source of concern to many Nigerians due to the rising cases of attacks on farmers by armed Herdsmen.
The Bayelsa State Livestock Management committee has impounded 34 cows for allegedly flouting the law banning open grazing of cows in the state The Chairman of Livestock Management committee (LMC) who's also commissioner for Agriculture, Mr. David Alagoa, said the Cows wer seized after they were seen around the Bayelsa Palm area in Yenagoa, the state capital
According to news sources, around 2pm on Friday afternoon, a Lorry that was transporting Cows suddenly lost its brake while descending the Kwata junction slope, in Awka, Anambra State, causing a serious accident. The Lorry lost control,while descending the slope, and crashed into several Cars and People.