Uzodinma goes against anti-grazing law in Imo, says herdsmen, farmers in peace
The Imo State Governor, Hope Uzodinma has claimed that there is no need for any law to prohibit open grazing in the State, stating that farmers and herders are living together in peace.
Uzodinma disclosed this known on Thursday during an interview on Channels Television.
The governor stated that the state government only regulated grazing activities in the State in a way that would favour both the herders and farmers.
Governor Uzodinma revealed that Fulani herdsmen and farmers have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to be in peace with each other, stating that both parties have been going about their businesses without issues.
According to him, “I don’t have any law in Imo State for Anti-Grazing. What we have done is that we are regulating grazing activities in the State under a partnership between our farmers and our herders.
“They signed a Memorandum of Understanding in my office where they agreed to work together and both parties have been going about their businesses without causing any grievances or anger to each other”.
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