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Anti-Open Grazing Policy Not Working, Says Nasarawa Governor(VIDEO)

Nasarawa State Governor, Abdullahi Sule, has blamed the counter open touching arrangement took on by some state governments in the country.

The lead representative, who talked on Monday during a meeting on Politics Today, accepts the program isn’t working.

“We don’t care for the current enemy of touching arrangement, it isn’t working,” he said during the Channels Television political show. “We are not simply going with the group about Anti-Grazing law. In the event that you sign enemy of brushing law and it isn’t working, is it great?

“One thing every one of the northern lead representatives have chosen, we said that the current strategy for open brushing is antiquated, obsolete, and can’t be supported.”

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Lead representative Sule offered the comments a couple of hours after his Lagos State partner, Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu, marked the counter open touching bill into law.

As an option in contrast to the counter open touching law, the lead representative uncovered that the state government has chosen to underwrite the National Livestock Transformation Plan.

He clarified that his organization intended to settle herders by setting up touching stores in seven areas in the express, a drive he said was taken in a joint effort with the Federal Ministry of Agriculture and the Netherlands Government.

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“The most ideal approach to do that is on the off chance that you have choices for individuals; it is extremely simple for Nasarawa to say in multi week, we will go to the Assembly to feel free to have against touching law.

“So what befalls the Fulanis that are moving to and fro? On the off chance that the Fulanis know why it isn’t working, the most ideal way is to give them something that works,” said Governor Sule.

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