The conflict between Fulani Herders and farmers in Nigeria have become a major concern to the government of Nigeria.
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MACBAN made it clear that the Fulani herders are been hated and misunderstood by other tribes in Nigeria.
This statement was made by the chairman of MACBAN south east, Alhaji Gidado Siddiki while responding to the banning of open grazing decision made by the southern Governors recently.
Wednesday was a sad and tragic day for Nigerians as over 150 people died on the northwest part of the country.
The report has it that a boat carrying passengers to a market sank in the Niger Rivers, the tragic incident took the life 150+ Nigerians.
The boat capacity is not above 180, 20 passengers have been rescued alive, 156 still missing while four people have been confirmed dead.
The Lagos State government set to start the fourth mainland bridge construction in December, this information was disclosed by Lagos State Governor, Sanwo-Olu on Thursday during his address titled “Sanwo-Olu: 731 Days and Beyond, the state of states address, and the glimpse of the greater Lagos”.
This project is estimated to consume $2.2 billion dollars. The fourth mainland bridge is expected to be the longest bridge in Africa.
The fuel price hike has become a serious issue in the country, a Niger Delta group has issued a warning to Nigerian government concerning the proposed N385 fuel hike.
The group which is said to be under the Aegis of Ogoni Liberation Initiative told the government to drop the proposal.
According to the group president, Dr. Douglas Fabeke, People are still recovering from the effect of Covid-19 lockdown and are finding it difficult to survive. He said fuel price hike is not what Nigerians need now. According to him the idea of this fuel price hike came from the state governors who refused to increase the minimum wage of their People.
132 People have been declared wanted for violating Covid-19 guidelines in Nigeria.
The Secretary to the Government of the Federation and Chairman Presidential Steering Committee (PSC) on Covid-19, Boss Mustapha during his statement on Thursday made it clear that 132 violated Covid-19 guidelines and they have been declared wanted by the Federal Government of Nigeria.