MACBAN Must Remember That Living Long In Another Man's Land Does Not Make A Tenant Its Owner

MACBAN Must Remember That Living Long In Another Man's Land Does Not Make A Tenant Its Owner.





MACBAN Must Remember That Living Long In Another Man's Land Does Not Make A Tenant Its Owner
ohonsiwritesSep 4, 2021 4:25 PM
Recall that two days before the expiration of the duration that the entire 17 Southern States' Governors issued to the herdesmen in the region to vacate their forests, Olurotimi Akeredolu of Ondo gave an order to the animal breeders in that regards.

 But the national President of Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of NigerIa (MACBAN), Bello Bodejo, challenged him that nobody could drive them away from the state where they have lived for 250 years. This is according to the interview he reportedly granted to the Sun News.



More directly, Bodejo countered Governor Akeredolu's vacation order given to the Fulani herders by declaring that the herdesmen would not leave the state where they have lived for 250 years.

In view of Bodejo's standpoint above, he seemed to have included his refusal to make his fellow Fulani animal breeders to obey Akeredolu's order because they must have been born and bred there in their majority. But what about the followings?....Proceed Reading For More Details

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