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Call Miyetti Allah leaders to order over inflammatory comments ― Benue leaders urge FG

Call Miyetti Allah leaders to order over inflammatory comments ― Benue leaders urge FG

By Peter Duru – Makurdi

Benue State ethnic leaders have urged the Federal Government to name the leaders of Miyetti Allah Kautal Hore to order following the current assertion by its National President, Alhaji Bello Bodejo who allegedly mentioned herdsmen wouldn’t require permission to settle wherever within the nation to hold out their companies.

They noticed that the Miyetti Allah chief was all the time fast to creating a extremely inflammatory assertion with out being cautioned by the authorities warning that the silence of the federal government was not an excellent sign.

Alhaji Bodejo had within the mentioned interview allegedly mentioned: “By the best way, who has the land they claimed that the herdsmen have settled? I, Bello Abdullahi Bodejo, if I determine to go inside bush and settle in any group, I received’t ask for anyone’s permission and be doing my actions, however I received’t offend anyone.

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Speaking yesterday by means of its chairman and President of General of Mdzough U Tiv, Chief Iorbee Ihagh, the Benue leaders mentioned: “I feel Bodejo doesn’t know what he’s saying as a result of he can not encourage his members to come back to Benue to settle to do his enterprise with out respecting our ranching regulation.

“Our ranching regulation was originated by the individuals, handed by the House of Assembly and assented to by our Governor. The essence is to make sure peaceable coexistence among the many herdsmen and farmers.

“Bodejo additionally mentioned they’d arrange vigilante within the states. We is not going to enable them come to Benue to arrange a vigilante as he boasted in that interview. That can by no means occur in Benue.

“So he is ignorant of what he is saying, our law is not against anybody in Benue state but must be respected by all irrespective of who you are or where you are coming from,” he added.

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