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Gani Adams issues strong warning to Southwest governors

Boss Gani Adams, the Aare Ona Kakanfo, has cautioned south-west governors against giving area to herders to breed steers.

Adams gave the notice yesterday at the South West Security Summit, held in Ibadan, Oyo State. He scolded south-west governors for disregarding his letters and calls to make proactive strides in checking the abundances of rampaging herders before

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it deteriorated to the dimension where blameless individuals were being murdered and kidnapped in the locale.

The high boss, without mincing words, called the governors by their names and clarified how he made endeavors to point out there the danger of the dairy cattle reproducers.

He stated: “It’s not possible for anyone to take Yoruba land or establish irritation in the south-west since Yoruba have been living calmly for as far back as 120 years, so the attack of criminally disapproved of individuals will never again be acknowledged.

“History won’t excuse any south-west senator that offers land to herders for the rearing of their steers because the issue of instability is currently overpowering.

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“We are not just discussing south-west alone; we are discussing wherever Yoruba live, including Kogi and Kwara states. All hands must be on deck to control uncertainty because the advancement of Yoruba land should be an aggregate exertion of us all.”