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Insecurity: Governor Akeredolu Gives Herdsmen 7 Days Ultimatum To Vacate Ondo Forest

Governor Akeredolu has given herders 7 days ultimatum to vacate the forest reserves in the state.

Ondo State Governor, Rotimi Akeredolu has given herdsmen seven days ultimatum to vacate the state’s Forest Reserves within seven days due to the high rate of insecurity in the state.

Insecurity: Governor Akeredolu Gives Herdsmen 7 Days Ultimatum To Vacate Ondo Forest 1

The ultimatum was contained in a statement issued on his official Twitter handle, where he also prohibited the movement of cattle’s within the city and highways.

Governor Akeredolu said as the Chief Law and Security Officer of the state, it was his constitutional responsibility to do everything lawful to protect the lives and property of all residents of the state.

“These unfortunate incidents are traceable to the activities of some bad elements masquerading as herdsmen,” the tweet reads.

“These felons have turned our forest reserves into hideouts for keeping victims of kidnapping, negotiating for ransom and carrying out other criminal activities.

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“As the Chief Law and Security Officer of the State, it is my constitutional obligation to do everything lawful to protect the lives and property of all residents of the State. In light of the foregoing, the following orders are hereby issued:

“1. All Forest Reserves in the State are to be vacated by herdsmen within the next 7 days with effect from today, Monday 18th January, 2021.

“2. Night-grazing is banned with immediate effect because most farm destruction takes place at night.

“3. Movement of cattle within cities and highways is prohibited.

“4. Under-aged grazing of cattle is outlawed.

“Our resolution to guarantee safety of lives and property within the State shall remain utmost as security agencies have been directed to enforce the ban.

“In its usual magnanimity, our administration will give a grace period of seven days for those who wish to carry on with their cattle-rearing business to register with appropriate authorities.”

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KanyiDaily recalls that a former SGF, Chief Olu Falae, had said that an average herdsman ignorantly believes he owns everything in Nigeria because President Muhammadu Buhari is a Fulani.

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