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Viral Video: We cannot allow Fulani herdsmen and their cows again – Wike



FCT Minister Nyesom Wike Issues Firm Directive ” we cannot allow Fulani herdsmen and their cows again”


The Federal Capital Territory (FCT) has become the center of a resolute stand against the continued presence of Fulani herdsmen and their cattle. Nyesom Wike, the Minister of FCT, has delivered an unwavering message to the Fulani herdsmen community, asserting that their operations within the territory will no longer be tolerated.


In a strong and assertive statement, Minister Nyesom Wike declared, “We cannot allow Fulani herdsmen and their cows again in FCT.” This declaration comes as a clear signal of the government’s commitment to safeguarding the interests of the FCT and its residents.



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The issue of Fulani herdsmen and their cattle has been a subject of contention in various parts of the country, marked by conflicts arising from land use, environmental concerns, and security implications. Minister Wike’s statement reflects a growing trend of local administrations taking proactive measures to address these challenges.



Wike’s message carries significant weight as it comes from a high-ranking government official who is responsible for the development and administration of the capital city.



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The Minister’s firm stance underscores the FCT’s determination to create a harmonious environment for all residents and ensure their safety and well-being.

While the specific details of the proposed measures to address the presence of Fulani herdsmen and cattle in the FCT are yet to be fully disclosed, Minister Wike’s message serves as a strong indicator of the direction the local government is taking to resolve this issue. It is anticipated that these measures will aim to strike a balance between the interests of various communities while upholding the principles of coexistence and harmony.


As news of Minister Wike’s declaration reverberates across the FCT and beyond, it remains to be seen how this directive will be implemented and what implications it will have for the Fulani herdsmen community, the local residents, and the broader national conversation surrounding pastoralism and land use.



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