KACRAN congratulate President elect, call on him to find solution to conflict between Herders, Farmers
By Sani Gazas Chinade, Damaturu
The National President of Kulen Allah Cattles Rearers Association of Nigeria (KACRAN) Hon Khalid Muhammad Bello and the association members has join the Nigerians and international community to sincerely felicitate and rejoice with President elect, His Excellency Asiwaju Ahmed Bola Tinubu and his Vice Alhaji Kashim Shettima on their historic victory during the last Saturday’s general elections.
According to him, Their victory is a clear manifestation of the confidence and trust reposed in them by millions Nigerians.
Moreover, considering their several years of experience in governance, as governors of Lagos and Borno State/Senators of the Federal republic of Nigeria, KACRAN strongly believes that they are up to the task of providing good leadership in the country and they will perform exceptionally well.
Therefore KACRAN strongly call on them to find a solution to the conflict between Herders and Farmers in Nigeria which often causes much lose of both human lives, animals and other resources worth billions of naira.
In the same vein, we are passionately appealing to them to kindly use their new good Offices as the President and Vice President of the Federal Republic to bring peace and tranquillity between nation’s Herders and farmers so that they can live mutually and harmoniously.
Moreso, while hundred percent assuring them on KACRAN’S surport and cooperation in solving all the lingering crisis which have direct link with pastoralism in the country, we wish to assure the President elect that, finding an enduring solution to the Herders and Farmers crisis will contribute in no small measure in solving the insecurity challenges confronting our beloved country.
In conclusion, the association want to assure that, as peace loving Association, KACRAN is ready at anytime if ask, to voluntaryly/freely advise or help to restore peace between the cattle rearers and the farmers specifically in the Northern part of the country, so that all Nigerians will live in peace with one another which will eventually bring about development and progress of livestock sector and the nation’s economy.