Herdsmen Crisis In Nigeria
The Coalition of Civil Society Organizations for Change and Good Governance at the end of its one-day conference in Abuja said Igbos are not drug peddlers as are being erroneously held in some quarters.
He also fingered the opposition party in the fuelling the wave of violence, going as far as allegedly sponsoring the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN) of keeping to their vow to make the country ungovernable for the president.
The governor of Bauchi state, Bala Mohammed has given insights on the perpetrators of the growing herdsmen and farmer crisis in various states across Nigeria.
The traditional leader while delivering a keynote address at the 2019 Ulefunta public lecture in Akure, Ondo state said Nigerians of Fulani extraction have been blamed for various conflicts in regions of the country.
Abdullahi Badejo, the national president of the Miyetti Allah group, has urged every state in Nigeria to offer space for Ruga and allow herdsmen to settle in.
The West Africa Network for Peacebuilding (WANEP)-Nigeria, has expressed deepest concern and dismay at the escalation of violent conflicts across the country, which has resulted in wanton destruction of lives and properties.