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Herders in Oyo lost ancestral home, no clue back to North
√√ Fulani Herdsmen in Oyo can not trace their home in the North again” – Miyetti Allah to Gov Makinde
Settlers in Oyo communities reportedly have lost their ancestral in the Northern part of Nigeria following a long time stay in the host neighborhood.
This was revealed by an online tabloid, Sahara Reporters amid quit notice to cattle breeders in Igangan village, Oyo state.
According to Alhaji Ibrahim Jiji, the Chairman of the state chapter of Miyetti Allah Cattle Breeders Association of Nigeria, Fulani farmers residing in the community can no longer travel back home reason being they can not locate their ancestral land in the north.
He added the challenge was due to the Herders’ inability to have visited home since their birth in Oyo by their forefathers.
Jiji additionally called on Seyi Makinde, the state’s governor to facilitate the speedy arrest of activist Igboho Sunday regards the quit notice.
Recall the new face of Oodua Republic agitator, Sunday Igboho earlier last week issued herdsmen in Ibarapa land to leave the Indigenous land to the city in one week or face consequences attached.
Igboho and his supporters, prior to the expiration of the ultimatum stormed the Igangan community, a town where Sarkin Fulani of Oyo residing.
He lamented the ‘foreigners will vacate Igangan village and never to come back.