GOVERNOR Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State has said that President Muhammadu Buhari directed governors to make certain people not to block “farm cattles” in their states.
This was at the Aare Onakakanfo of Yoruba land, Dr Gani Adams has referred to as on participants of the Oodua Peoples Congress, OPC, to be vigilant and watchful towards the illegal activities of the herdsmen, who attack and kill harmless human beings throughout the country ..
Fayose, while quoting the president, said: “People are constructing homes to dam farm animals routes.” However, when contacted on the matter, the Senior Special Assistant on Media and Publicity to the President, MallamGarbaShehu stated the Presidency will no longer dignify the Ekiti governor with a reaction.
Fayose, who was speaking all through a programme on Ekiti State Television, EKTV, stated Buhari made the remarks all through the Federal Executive Council meeting “ultimate week.” Fayose stated the president has no longer done sufficient to address the non-stop clashes among farmers and herdsmen inside the country, including that “If I have been to be president of Nigeria, I will now not act the way President Buhari is behaving (regarding the disaster).”
He stated similar incidents have took place in nations like Ghana and “they took decisive choice.” He stated: “The president need to be courageous sufficient to cease those mindless killings. He is the president and has what it takes. If I am the president, I will take suitable steps and stand it down.
A crook is a crook, whether or not Hausa man or Yoruba man. If you dedicate crime, you go in for it. “I don’t forget whilst we had been in a assembly remaining week; the president changed into pronouncing that human beings are blocking cattle routes. Have you heard that earlier than? How can the president say humans are blocking off livestock routes?
There is no livestock course in Ekiti inside the 21st century. “The president of Nigeria became saying governors should go and ensure they don’t block cattle routes. He stated humans are constructing houses to dam livestock routes. I became giggling; I didn’t understand what to say in council. I just left.” Be vigilant, Gani Adams expenses OPC Relatedly, the Aare Onakakanfo of Yorubaland has warned herdsmen now not to take undue advantage of the accommodating nature of the Yoruba race.
Speaking at 2018 version of the Leadership Training Retreat in Ibadan, Oyo kingdom, he said leadership is set service to humanity. Restating his dedication to defend the interests of the Yoruba race, he stated: ”The Yoruba by way of nature are very accommodating, we are brave and brave, but, we will now not allow the indiscriminate killings of our people, we are able to face up to any attempt by way of the herdsmen to spill innocent blood within the southwest.”