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Like many other groups and persons, the Ohanaeze Ndigbo has rejected the Federal Government’s plan to establish cattle colonies for Fulani herdsmen across the country, describing it as amounting to internal colonization of their land.
According to the group, the recent wanton killings of people by the herdsmen in various parts of Benue and other states of the federation are pointers to the dangers such establishment portends to the entire nation if allowed.
This was stated in a statement entitled “Ndigbo rejects Grazing Colonies in its Entirety,” which the Enugu State president of Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Chief Alex Ogbonna, signed and made available to newsmen on Tuesday.
The statement read, “The recent killings by Fulani herdsmen in various parts Benue State and the Middle Belt region has once again exposed the dangerous path which Nigeria is presently walking. Curiously, despite the gravity of the situation, the Federal Government appears to be at a loss on how to tackle the menace, and has consequently hit on the expediency of establishing grazing colonies across the country as means of ending the constant menace of the herdsmen. “While Ohanaeze Ndigbo, Enugu State is disposed and committed to a peaceful Nigerian society, devoid of senseless blood-letting and unconscionable massacre of innocent civilians by any group, we wish to state categorically and in the strongest terms that we reject in its totality the proposed establishment of grazing colonies in any part of Enugu State.
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